This weekend’s Al Golden Football Camp down in Miami is certainly giving the Hurricanes head coach a good look at some talented football players. It’s also giving those players a good first-hand look at the Miami program. And, apparently, they’re liking what they’re seeing, as Golden received his second big commitment to come out of the camp this weekend in WR Darrell Langham.
Langham pledged his allegiance to the ‘Canes on Sunday, becoming the 11th member of the 2014 recruiting class, and becoming the second commitment to come from the camp, joining Saturday’s commitment from LB Juwon Young.
Langham had offers on the table from schools such as the rival Florida State Seminoles, the Arkansas Razorbacks, Illinois Fighting Illini, and the Mississippi State Bulldogs. Ultimately, the wideout decided this weekend that Coral Gables is the best fit for him.
Miami’s first wide receiver commit of the 2014 class is a big one–literally. Langham is a tall target at 6-5 and has the big play potential that have made many Hurricane receivers famous. Having being timed in the 40-yard dash near the 4.5 range, Langham will surely be a deep-threat that can also go get the ball at its highest point, as well have good range to lay out for one if need be.
Langham is a local prospect from nearby Santaluces High School and has built up quite the rapport with Miami wide receivers coach Brennan Carroll.
While not rated by 247Sports, but carrying a composite rating of three-stars, Langham will have the chance to show everyone once he hits the field exactly how valuable he can be.