Georgia Could Get Big Surprise

Just when you think you know what's going on in recruiting, here comes another curve ball. A player thought to be signed sealed and delivered already is back on the market, and he's looking to have a decision made by this June.

Brandon Lang originally signed with Georgia as part of the Class of 2004, but he didn't make a qualifying test score and went to Hargrave Military Academy.


Brandon Lang

Lang left Hargrave and enrolled at Troy University in January where he was announced as a member of the Troy's Class of 2005. Only one big asterisk there though... he never signed a Letter of Intent.

"No, I didn't sign any letters or anything," said Lang. "I just enrolled as a regular student. I got a qualifying test score now, and I'm trying to decide if I'm going back to Troy, or if I'm going to Georgia."

"My Coach has been in touch with Georgia, and they said they would love to have me back. Troy really wants me back too. It's up in the air right now. I'm going to try and make a decision in the middle of June or something. I'm not going to rush it; I just want to make sure I make the right decision."

Lang is an impressive athlete, and was rated as a four star defensive end by Scout.com. He was Hargrave's main weapon as a pass catching tight end, but he has the skills to play on either side of the ball.

Georgia, where he originally signed? Troy, where he's spent the past five months?

Stay tuned...





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