PLEASANTON, Calif. -- USC commit Isaiah Langley was a one-man Army a week ago in Pleasanton (Calif.) Foothill’s 21-14 Senior Night win over San Ramon (Calif.) California. On defense, Langley played both safety and corner, racking up five tackles and two tackle assists. On special teams, he manufactured a 14-yard punt return out of nothing, much as he did on offense.
Langley’s first catch of the night was an emergency dump-off from quarterback Kyle Kearns, and the four-star prospect turned what was shaping up to be a five-yard loss into a 23-yard gain.
Langley also hauled in a crucial 31-yard touchdown to tie things up, 7-7, in the second quarter. The Falcons held on to win, and in doing so, retained sole possession of first place in the East Bay Athletic League.