In-state four-star OT Jack Lange picks Missouri

missouri Continued his recent recruiting momentum and earned a commitment from four-star offensive tackle jack lang on Tuesday.

A standout for Eureka (Mo.), the 6-foot-8, 280-pound Lange is an All-American and key addition to the class.

“There are a few key things that come to mind when it comes to choosing the right school,” he said. “The first is how the coaching staff and players respond to the coaching, the second is how I will develop into a great player and the third is what program sees me as a player and a person and I Where am I going? A better man when all is said and done.”

he chooses tigers michigan, nebraskaAnd wisconsin, with whom official tours were scheduled. He also had offers from Texas A&M, alabama, Georgia, Notre Dame, oklahoma even more.

Lang is the No. 11 offensive tackle and No. 1 prospect in Missouri per 247Sports. He is also ranked 116th overall prospect in the class.

“Obviously you see the frame and the measurables that everybody likes,” Eureka head coach Jacob Sumber said. “Besides the measurables, he’s got the bends, the quickness, the legs and the hips, and he’s got those intangible things. He’s a big body, but can get into and fit down positions, and is physical, Can be explosive and fast. He’s still got some catching up to do, but he’s only a 13-game starter at the varsity level entering his senior season, so it’s very exciting.”

Missouri now has five commitments in its 2025 class, all of them coming in April.

The Tigers also have several other recruits in the mix who are close to a decision and Eli Drinkwitz And his staff now has momentum.

Lang is the second highest ranked player in the class behind quarterback Matt Zollers,

247Sports Scouting Report (Hudson Standish): A large-framed offensive tackle prospect with bulkhead ability at approximately 6-foot-8, 275 pounds. The mammoth frame immediately catches the eye, but separates himself from other massive tackle prospects in his class with his surprising short-field quickness and fluidity. Exits his stance quickly in pass protection and generally plays with good leverage relative to his naturally high center of gravity. Flashes more point-of-attack power and drive-blocking prowess than you might expect with less tackle potential at this level. Will eliminate blockages and sometimes cause damage if left on. He must continue to add mass to maximize strength and anchoring ability against larger, stronger competition in college, but his track and field throws data including a 44-11.5 personal best in the shot put provide some encouraging multi-sport context in that department. Provides. At this stage of the assessment process the characteristics with high-potential aggressive behavior should be pasted to the left. Should be viewed as a potential multi-year starter for a Power Four program with NFL Draft upside.