Michigan football makes top group for elite OT from familiar Missouri high school

The last time Michigan football tapped into Eureka (Mo.), it worked out pretty good.

The player that hailed from said high school who came to Ann Arbor was none other than under-scouted running back Hassan Haskins, who led the team in rushing in 2021 and scored five touchdowns against Ohio State that year.

Now the Wolverines are hoping to get another from the same program, seven years after Haskins pledged.

Jack Lange is a four-star offensive tackle, ranked No. 116 overall by 247Sports and the No. 13 offensive tackle in the country in 2025. Lange dropped a top six this week and the maize and blue made the cut.

Michigan will have something of a challenge, with Nebraska, Notre Dame, Wisconsin, Mizzou, and Ole Miss also making his top six. At the moment, the Fighting Irish are his perceived leader with two 247Sports Crystal Ball predictions indicating he will eventually end up in South Bend. However, with a new regime in Ann Arbor led by a former offensive line coach in Sherrone Moore, the Wolverines could certainly surge in his recruitment.

Story originally appeared on Wolverines Wire