Malik Langham, a four-star defensive end prospect, has committed to the Florida Gators. Wednesday being National Signing Day and all, it isn’t shocking that the 2018 prospect decided to make his intentions known.
Heading into Wednesday, it was reported that the defensive end would decide between Alabama, Auburn, or Florida. Prior to that, Tennessee was also on the list of his potential landing spots, but he kicked the Vols to the curb a few days prior to National Signing Day.
In an interesting aside, Langham appeared to enjoy his recruiting process all the way through, as he recently detailed to 247Sports ahead of Wednesday.
“I will just go home and watch the Super Bowl today and we will talk about it with my family tomorrow about everything and make the best decision for us,” Langham told 247Sports on Sunday.
“It’s been very crazy and just being an in-state kid you get Alabama and then Auburn and to have been to Notre Dame, been to Florida, and Vanderbilt. It’s been crazy but it’s been a fun couple of weeks.”
He apparently likes to travel.
The Huntsville native ranks as the No. 18 strong-side defensive end, No. 11 player from the state of Alabama and the No. 433 overall prospect for the 2018 national recruiting cycle, according to the 247Sports Composite.