A four-star receiver by Scout.com, Langley is getting plenty of attention for both sides of the ball, and three Pac-12 schools have already offered him.
The 5-11, 175-pound Langley didn't expect offers to come in as soon as they did, but he's thrilled with the early attention.
"Cal offered me in the summer and it was just amazing," said Langley. "I was in Northern California and I couldn't get reception so I got home and I had a lot of messages on my Facebook and Twitter and Coach (Randy) Stewart was trying to get in contact with me. I called them and they offered. The Cal offer really opened up the doors."
Oregon State, where former Foothill quarterback Sean Mannion is having a terrific season, followed suit earlier this month and UCLA offered most recently.
"Oregon State offered me after my fifth game. They got my film and offered," said Langley. "Then UCLA offered me. My uncle is at De La Salle and talked with him. When they came up to play Stanford, Coach Angus McClure knew my coach (Matt Sweeney) and told them to have me give them a call. I did and they offered."
Plenty of other schools are showing interest in Langley too.
"Nebraska, Washington, USC, Arizona State and Ole Miss have all been showing a lot of interest in me," said Langley. "I grew up a USC fan, but things changed with the whole Lane Kiffin thing. I have to look at the process like a business decision."
Langley said he's open to either side of the ball in college, but admits defense is his preference.
"I'm getting a lot of attention as an athlete, but I'd love to go to college as a corner," said Langley. "I'd like to play defense in college."
On the year, Langley has scored 16 touchdowns and has a pair of touchdowns already for Foothill, which stands 7-1 on the season.
Following the season, Langley plans to take some unofficial visits.
"When the season is over, I want to take some trips to colleges I'm interested in," said Langley. "I'm doing the U.S. Army Combine too."