BUFORD, Ga. — Malik Langham lists Tennessee as a program he hears from often. The Volunteers offered the edge rusher a scholarship on Feb. 23.
From defensive line coach Brady Hoke to offensive line coach Walt Wells and linebackers coach Tommy Thigpen, Langham feels he is being recruited "heavily" by the Vols staff.
"I like the coaches a lot," Langham told InsideTennessee.
The 6-foot-5, 255-pound defensive end out of Lee High School in Huntsville, Alabama, was on Rocky Top earlier this March.
"They like that I'm very versatile and my length," said Langham, who is a cousin of former Alabama Crimson Tide standout Antonio Langham.
Up next is a trip to learn more about the Mississippi Rebels this coming weekend before making his way to Mississippi State's campus.
See more from the 2018 class prospect and Scout three-star prospect in the exclusive interview above from The Opening Atlanta on Sunday. It was his first camp ever.