The Texas Longhorns added the No. 271 football player in the 247Sports Composite rankings and the No. 10 offensive guard in the country on Wednesday in San Antonio O’Connor’s Logan Parr.
Parr was a longtime pledge for the Longhorns — he originally committed to Texas in late October of 2018, becoming the second prospect to join the class after quarterback Hudson Card. Throughout the process, Parr remained solid to the Longhorns despite holding more than 20 offers, including invitations to play at Alabama, Florida State, LSU, Oklahoma, and Tennessee, among others.
Parr played left tackle at O’Connor, but he profiles as an interior lineman at the next level. The 6’3.5 Parr is an excellent run blocker and plays through the whistle. He takes proper angles and has developed good footwork at the high school level.
Parr posted a 4.64 shuttle at The Opening in 2019, so he has adequate quickness to be effective both as a pulling guard and in pass protection. Parr does a good job in pass protection and has adequate skills to seal the edge at the high school level. He also shows the ability to be effective as a pulling blocker at the next level. Parr needs to become more consistent in his pad level. Additionally, he sometimes struggles in with hand placement, especially in pass protection.
With improved quickness and balance, Parr could develop into a tackle at the collegiate level, but chances are he will make the move to guard opposite fellow 2020 signee Jake Majors. Regardless of which position Parr eventually fills, he should develop into a solid starter at the collegiate level.