The California Golden Bears class of 2021 got another offensive lineman picked up, securing the services of three-star, in-state offensive tackle Ryan Lange.
After a great call with Coach Wilcox I’m proud to announce that I’ve committed to @CalFootball.— Ryan Lange (@RyanLan89710611) July 26, 2020
I want to thank God for all of his bountiful blessings and opportunities, and secondly thank the Cal Coaching Staff for this awesome opportunity!
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Lange writes that after a call with his new head coach Justin Wilcox, he decided to commit to Cal. This comes just five days after Wilcox and position coach Angus McClure offered Lange, back on July 20.
Lange is a 6’6, 330-pound tackle from Antioch, California, playing his high school football at Pittsburgh High School. He’s the 100th-best tackle prospect in this class, according to 247Sports and is a consensus three-star recruit.
He also falls into the list of top 115 athletes from the state of California and he had at least 13 scholarship offers.
The coaching staff was apparently very pleased with the news:
Another ☝️!! #CalGang21 pic.twitter.com/bj68h3dwSd— Benji Palu (@BenjiPalu_Cal) July 25, 2020
Welcome to Berkeley, Ryan! You’ll fit right in!