Langley, 'I've been wanting this one'

Pleasanton (Calif.) Foothill running back Isaiah Langley made his way south to Los Angeles (Calif.) on Saturday to take an unofficial visit to USC with other 2015 elite recruits...

USC hosted a group of elite juniors for unofficial visits on Saturday.

Pleasanton (Calif.) Foothills running back Isaiah Langley was one of them.

He was also one of the elite recruits who left USC with a new offer.

"I'm so excited," Langley told SCPlaybook on the telephone. "[This offer] is so great. It is one I've been wanting and one I will have to think really hard about."

The four-star running back now holds 12 offers, including California, UCLA, Oregon State, Mississippi, Oregon, Oklahoma, Arizona State, Washington, Washington State, Georgia, and Utah.

Langley says he's in no rush to make a commitment, but admitted the USC offer certainly "meant a lot".

"I'm going to take my time," he explained. "I have a lot to think about."

The 6-foot 165-pound back raved about his time Saturday with USC's new coaching staff. "It was great talking with coach [Steve Sarkisian," Langley explained. "I always enjoy [quarterbacks] coach [Clay] Helton. He's been on me awhile. And I got to meet coach [Keith] Heyward."

Langley's trip to USC was his third unofficial to campus, yet he says each time he's amazed by what it has to offer.

"I loved the campus," he said. "It is unbelievable."

Asked what stood out the most from his day at USC, Langley wasted no time speaking about the Trojans' academics.

"The education factor is big," he explained. "They had so much information pertaining to their academics.

"School is very important. I don't want to leave college without a degree."

Though the day at USC seemingly couldn't have gone better for Langley, it's interesting to note where he made the unofficial visit recap call from: UCLA.

"I'm at UCLA right now," he explained. "Just taking a quick visit before going back to Northern California."

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