BREAKING: Texas OL transfer Logan Parr commits to SMU

On3 imageby:Billy Embody01/17/23


Texas offensive line transfer Logan Parr committed to SMU, he announced on Twitter on Tuesday. The 6-4, 315-pounder has three years of eligibility remaining.

Parr spent three seasons with the Longhorns, playing in 16 total games. All but one appearance came under head coach Steve Sarkisian, playing on the interior offensive line. He played in 12 games on special teams and in back-up duty in 2022.

Parr played high school football at Helotes (Tex.) O’Connor, where he was a four-star prospect. He was the No. 236 overall recruit in the 2020 cycle, according to the On3 Consensus, a complete and equally weighted industry-generated average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies.

Logan Parr the latest transfer to commit to SMU

Parr joins Texas A&M transfers PJ Williams and LJ Johnson, Liberty transfers Rocket RahimiChris Megginson and Ahmad Walker, Fresno State defensive back Cale Sanders, Missouri offensive lineman Hyrin White, Miami transfers Key’Shawn SmithJordan MillerElijah RobertsJaylan Knighton, LSU defensive back Jaelyn Davis-Robinson, West Virginia defensive back Charles Woods and Stanford defensive back Jonathan McGill as transfer commits for SMU.

SMU offensive coordinator Casey Woods is happy with how the coaching and recruiting staff all handled a busy transfer portal cycle. SMU hosted numerous transfer targets over a 10-day window in December and more in January.

“It’s been a unique experience. We were still under a different set of expectations at that point (last year about the portal) so we were able to get a good plan,” Woods told On3. “Coach Lashlee, coach Cooper and our recruiting staff were able to put together a great combination of what we think is what we still need to do in the great state of Texas, which is recruit good high school players. We did a great job organizing the class. Our recruiting class did an incredible job helping us out through the whole year.”

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