Nebraska Football Scores Big: Top OL target locks down recruitment

Nebraska Football secures official visit from top OL prospect Jack Lange, while the top target is shutting down his recruitment.
A Nebraska football fan before the game
A Nebraska football fan before the game / Dylan Widger-USA TODAY Sports

Nebraska Football is having a bit of a run when it comes to recruiting. As the Huskers’ spring practice continues to roll on, Nebraska is having quite a bit of recruiting success. That includes being one of the four schools that’s going to get an official visit from one of the best offensive linemen in the 2025 recruiting class.

When it comes to Jack Lange, that’s a rather impressive accomplishment when you consider the schools that are after him. Among the programs that were hoping to land a commitment from the Eureka, Missouri monster lineman were the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Anytime the Nebraksa Football program can succeed where Notre Dame failed.

Lange recently spoke to Tim Verghese of Rivals about his plans for the rest of the spring and summer. Right at the top of the list of activities is eventually shutting down his recruitment. He’s going to take four official visits and then name a winner.

Those four official visits are set and locked in stone, as much as anything can be locked in stone. Lange is visiting Wisconsin on May 31, Missouri on June 7, Michigan on June 14 and then Nebraska Football gets the final look on June 21.

Nebraska football gets an official visit from top OL prospect

“For me, I think I’m ready to start shutting the process down, so I think these four schools are the ones I want to go look at," he told Rivals. "I think I’m going to go to one of those four schools. There’s going to be schools that reach out and try to talk to me, and things could change, but I don’t think they will.”

That last part stands out as showing that Lange has a good head on his shoulders. He knows that schools are going to come calling. Nebraska Football knows that too. They’re not going to rest knowing they made the cut and are getting a visit. Even if there are some analysts who think they could be the secret front runner.