"I really like that school," Langford said. "I've been liking them since I was little. I was saying 'don't make no early commitments' but I decided to go ahead and make it. I was real excited."
Despite living in Alabama, Langford grew up a Louisville fan. Last year the 6-foot-6 forward even attended one of Louisville's camps and took home the camp MVP award.
"I'm still getting to know them, but it was a pleasure playing in front of Coach [Rick] Pitino," Langford said. "I just really want to play for Coach Pitino."
Langford is currently ranked No. 48 in Scout.com's 2010 rankings.