As the recruiting stories emerge, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh’s relentless nature is becoming clear.
According to a story in the Columbia (Mo.) Daily Tribune, Harbaugh went hard after eventual Missouri signee Drew Lock.
Harbaugh kept calling the 6-foot-3, 205 pound Lock, the No. 7 pro style quarterback from Lee’s Summit, Missouri, to try to persuade him to Ann Arbor.
Lock had committed to Missouri in April, the school where his father Andy played as an offensive lineman from 1986-89.
Andy explained Harbaugh’s passion.
“Each time they talked, it’d be for a significant amount of time on the phone,” Andy Lock told the paper. “I think the reality of going up there was zero percent, but it’s flattering to have Jim Harbaugh call you and tell you he can get you to the…
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