Adam Lechtenberg is in his first season as a graduate assistant with the TCU offense and his second year overall in the Horned Frog football program.
Lechtenberg came to TCU in August 2007 as a graduate assistant for video. He moved to offense prior to spring practice. Among a myriad of duties, Lechtenberg's current responsibilities include assisting in the breakdown of opponent film and creating scouting reports. He also works with the offensive line.
A 2002 graduate of the University of Nebraska, Lechtenberg came to TCU after serving as the running backs coach and video coordinator at Truman State University in Kirksville, Mo.
Lechtenberg was also a graduate assistant for two seasons at Wayne State College in Wayne, Neb. His coaching responsibilities included wide receivers and kickoff returners. He also doubled as the team's video coordinator. Lechtenberg was scheduled to receive his master's degree in educational administration from Wayne State in Summer 2008.
Lechtenberg has also taught and coached on the high school level. He has worked several football camps through the years, including TCU in 2004.
A native of Butte, Neb., Lechtenberg was a standout athlete at Butte High School. He earned first-team All-State honors at quarterback and posted a 35-3 record as the starting signal caller. He was also an honorable-mention All-State basketball player and a state medalist in track and field.