The South Florida commitment list just got bigger, literally, as Boone offensive lineman Max Lang committed to the Bulls.
“DID YOU HEAR THE NEWS?!” Lang texted, “I committed to USF today!”
Lang, a 6-foot-5, 280-pounde elite offensive lineman from Boone high school in Orlando said he committed to the staff about an hour ago after thinking things over and deciding to play for USF.
“I called Coach Shank first, but he didn’t pick-up, so I called Coach Fitch,” said Lang. “They said Coach Holtz will call me later.”
“I just felt it was where I needed to be,” Lang said. “USF has everything I need and want over in Tampa.”
The 3-star prospect ranked as the No. 43-best offensive tackle in the country had over 14 offers, but in the end he chose USF over Texas Tech, and South Carolina.
“This was God's choice, and this is where I need to be. It’s my destiny,” Lang texted.
Now that this choice has been made Lang said what he feels is hard to contain.
“I’m shaking I’m so excited,” said Lang. “It feels great, but I look like an idiot in class
As a junior Lang was named Second Team All State OL for class 6A and First Team All Central Florida OL by the Orlando Sentinel. Lang is the third OL prospect for this class, and is the 11th overall commitment for the class of 2011.
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