Lasecki bonds with future teammates

Frisco offensive lineman Taylor Lasecki, the Mustangs' center of the future, was one of several SMU commitments that took an official visit this weekend. Get his reaction here.

"SMU lost, but it was a good visit," said Taylor Lasecki. "I got a chance to talk with the rest of the guys who are committed, and we started building a relationship and building a friendship."

Did any particular prospect make an impression on Lasecki?

"My conversation with Conner Preston stood out," said Lasecki. "We bonded; we talked about the future and just talked about everything in general."

What type of vibe did Lasecki get from Dontae Levingston, the highly-touted offensive guard from California?

"I think he's pretty strong towards SMU," Lasecki said. "He's going to take all of his visits and he has one coming up to Oregon, but I think he feels pretty strong (about the Mustangs)."

How did Lasecki and the other prospects bide their time during the weather delay last night?

"We sat at Heritage Hall and basically hung out," he said. "We sat in the coaches' office and watched things on TV. After the game, we went to Cafe de Brazil with Coach (Adrian) Klemm and our hosts. It was a good time."

How is Lasecki's final year on the prep football level progressing?

"Overall, I'm really satisfied with my senior year. We have good team chemistry," he explained, "but we just don't have the numbers of most other 4A schools. Several of our starters go both ways. Our quarterback plays both ways. Our running back plays both ways."

After going winless the previous two years, Frisco is 3-5 this season and has a chance to even its regular-season record at .500 with two games remaining on the schedule.

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