"Right now, I'm really leaning towards signing in the spring," Langford said. "My other schools, they found some people. Then, I was kind of hanging out and now I've got some schools looking at me now and they haven't been able to evaluate me yet."
"I want a program that has players that act like a family and the school has to care about academics. Somewhere that might not be a top dog, but they have to be able to compete with other teams in their conference."
Last season, Langford averaged 21 points a game. He competed last summer with Wes Grandstaff's Team Texas squad.