The 6-foot, 185-pounder rushed for 1,932 yards and 24 touchdowns, a 9.42 yards per carry average. Langford chose Michigan State today over Colorado, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan and Illinois State. Michigan also showed interest.
Langford comes from the same school that produced Michigan State sophomore star Keshawn Martin. Langford told Scout.com that he talked to Martin about making the move to college.
"Yeah, I talk to him," Langford said, "He just told me that it is a lot harder than high school." Martin made it look easy in the breakout game at the Alamo bowl and while Langford could end up on defense, his offensive talent is too much to ignore.
GSN congratulates Langford on becoming the 17th commitment in the 2010 class.