Wakeland High School offensive lineman Connor Stroh committed to Texas on Sunday, choosing the Longhorns over the Auburn Tigers, Texas A&M Aggies and Arkansas Razorbacks. Stroh, a 3-star prospect via the 247 Sports Composite Rankings, stands 6’7″ and weighs 345 lbs. He’s precisely the type of prospect that Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line Coach Kyle Flood wants – big, strong and a player with a high ceiling. And he’s exactly the type of human being Head Coach Steve Sarkisian wants on his team.
Stroh becomes the first offensive line commit in Texas’ 2023 recruiting class and the 10th overall. He follows a strong recruiting week for the Longhorns who received commitments from tight end Will Randle (Isidore Newman – New Orleans, LA), quarterback Arch Manning (Isidore Newman – New Orleans, LA), and linebacker Liona Lefau (Kahuku, HI).
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