The 5-11, 170-pound four-star has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Boise State, California, Colorado, Duke, Florida State, Georgia, Houston, Miami, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon, Oregon State, San Diego State, San Jose State, Southern Methodist, Tennessee, UCLA, USC, Utah, Virginia Tech, Washington and Washington State have all offered Langley.
Duke and Tennessee both offered this week.
With nearly 30 offers, Langley has about 70 days until he'll trim the list for the first down.
"On June 2nd, I'll narrow it down to ten schools," said Langley. "Cal is the only school I can say right now that will be in my top ten. They were my first offer and its home. They're 20 minutes from my home. They will definitely be on the way on to my top ten and my top five also."
Langley said he's not sure when he'll narrow it to five, but first things first.
"When we get to June, I may have some more offers because of the spring, so I'll take some time and think about it and narrow it down to the ten," said Langley.
Langley said he's still completely wide open.
"I'm honestly considering all 25 offers, whether that's down to Georgia and Florida or out to the West Coast," said Langley. "I'm honored to have all of these offers so I'm considering them all equally."
Langley has visited USC and UCLA already, visiting USC for their Junior Day in February and then UCLA on his way home that same day. He's been to Cal as well and has a number of other schools he's planning to hit.
While he had some Pac-12 offers, it was a couple of offers from the south that really stood out to him.
"When I got that Ole Miss offer, it was the SEC and that was a big one for me," said Langley. "Then Florida State offered and that one came out of nowhere. They're the champs."
Langley is an explosive two-way threat who's just as dangerous on offense as he is on defense.
And while schools initially wanted him as a receiver, more are recruiting him for defense.
"Maybe 1-2 schools say receiver but most say corner," said Langley. "But at the same time if they want to give me a play at receiver I'll play that too. I'm just looking for the long term goal. And long term, I think it's corner instead of receiver. The demand for receiver isn't as up there, especially on the West Coast. Corner is in higher demand. And this was really my first year playing corner, so the sky is the limit."
Langley plans to camp at the Oakland NFTC in May and continues to play for The Shop on the 7on7 circuit.
"It feels good to be out there and having a little fun playing 7on7," said Langley. "The biggest thing for me now that I've kind of established my name is that there is a target on my back so I have to stay focused and work hard."