Langley to Decide in August

There aren't too many better looking athletes anywhere in the country than Marietta (Ga.) Kell defensive back Brendan Langley. The corner took a visit out West over the weekend and said he has a date for when he'll make his decision.

Brendan Langley came out to California over the weekend for some 7 on 7 action with his Team Georgia squad and impressed playing both safety and corner. He has a great frame, is very physical in press but shows the feet to stay with the quickest receivers.

"I loved it out here, it was a fun weekend," Langley said. "In comparing players from Georgia and California, I think Georgia players are more skilled and bigger, the California players play faster with more finesse.

"Georgia players are just massive and will try and run you over whereas players out here will run around you. It was good competition though and I had a lot of fun."

Langley had a chance to check out UCLA while he was in town and came away very impressed. Was it enough for the Bruins to draw a serious look from the athlete?

"Honestly, I didn't have any interest in UCLA before this trip but after seeing this place, I don't know man, it's pretty nice," Langley said. "It's a beautiful campus, the weather is great, the people are great, I really like it out here so we'll see."

Realistically, Langley isn't leaving the South and he said four schools are recruiting him the hardest right now.

"Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee and Florida are on me the hardest," Langley said. "I'm going to The Opening in Oregon in a few weeks and I'll also be at Dawgs Night in Athens and that will be it for me.

"I'm planning to commit August 25, that's the date of our first game of the year. It's going to be at the Georgia Dome on T.V so I thought that would be a fun time to get make my announcement. Right now, I'm still weighing my options and looking at where the best spot for me is. By the time August gets here, I should have a good idea of what I want to do."

Greg Biggins has been covering recruiting for over 15 years, covering the West since the mid-1990's and currently serves as a national analyst for Scout.com/FOXSportsNext.
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