Connor Lanfear verbally committed to the Texas Longhorns back in June of 2013. With an entirely new staff (minus Bruce Chambers) Lanfear was looking forward to getting to know his future coaches in Austin. The relationship took a step in the right direction when Lanfear visited for junior day.
It was important for the new staff to get Lanfear back on campus. They could not stress to him how important he is to the future of the offensive line at Texas.
"The coaches still want me very badly," Connor Lanfear said. "I enjoyed meeting all the new staff. They are very genuine people! Coach (Charlie) Strong and I talked privately for a while. You can tell by talking to him that he is a man of high character and upmost morals. It was very nice to get to talk to him face to face for an extended amount of time."
Right now it is clearly obvious that he is a great run blocker. He coils quickly and firs out on defensive linemen to drive them back. Pad level is key to him gaining and securing leverage to finish off his blocks. He plays hard all of the way to the whistle. He looks like he could play a number of positions on the offensive line, but has things to work on to become complete. Looks like and plays like a natural right tackle prospect-Greg Powers.