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Texas Target OL Connor Stroh includes Longhorns in Top 5

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2023 Frisco Wakeland High School (TX) offensive tackle Connor Stroh's recruitment has skyrocketed since he received his first scholarship offer, courtesy of the Texas Longhorns, which came prior to the Texas vs. Oklahoma State game last season in Austin.

It is no secret that Texas offensive coordinator and offensive line coach Kyle Flood loves "big humans," and that's precisely why Stroh was offered early by Flood and the Texas staff.  Stroh is 6-7, and weighs approximately 340 lbs. 

He has accumulated almost 20 offers, from schools including Stanford, SMU, Florida, Florida State, Arkansas, Auburn, Ole Miss, Texas A&M, Michigan State and Tennessee.  

On Friday Stroh announced his Top 5 schools via Twitter, which included Texas, Texas A&M, Arkansas, Auburn and Florida.

Stroh told HornSports he doesn't have an exact timeline for a commitment, but it would likely will come late in the summer or in the early part of the upcoming high school football season.

Texas does not currently have any OL commitments in the 2023 class, and Stroh is likely a huge priority. 

Stroh is rated as a 3-star prospect via the 247 Sports Composite Rankings, but that will almost certainly improve as the season approaches/gets underway.

 




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