Michigan football offers 2026 WR out of Texas
Looking back to 2023, Michigan football was able to land three wide receivers in the class. One of those was four-star Karmello English and the other two were three-star Semaj Morgan and Fred Moore.
As of this writing, the top-ranked 2024 Michigan football class doesn’t have any wide receivers committed to it, but the Wolverines are still looking to find those top pass-catching targets in the class.
With the commitment of five-star Jadyn Davis, the Wolverines will need to find him some top targets. This is one reason Michigan is looking in Texas to find just that.
The maize and blue recently offered 2026 wide receiver, Jalen Lott.
After a great conversation with @grant_newsome
I am blessed to say I have received an offer from THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN!! #GoBlue @ChrisRossLOJO @Coach_Lavender @coach_jackson49 @CoachCollins20 @GHamilton_On3 @BHoward_11 @MikeRoach247 @EJHollandOn3 @BillyEmbody pic.twitter.com/7sSrA9ntYv
— Jalen Lott (@JLott2026) April 26, 2023
Lott is a 5-foot-11 receiver from Lucas (TX) Lovejoy. Depending on which recruiting service you may look it, he is listed as either a wide receiver or an athlete that has the ability to play cornerback.
Being a 2026 recruit, Lott currently doesn’t have any stars or rankings, but he does have five total offers. Outside of Michigan, the two bigger schools to offer Lott is Baylor and SMU.
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