There has been some chatter about Langley looking around, specifically at Georgia, because he had visited Athens two weekends in a row, but he still calls himself a strong Gamecock commitment.
"I am 100-percent committed to South Carolina and I am not expecting or looking for anything to change there. I really like things at South Carolina and I really like how the coaches want their players to succeed."
Langley saw the South Carolina players succeed on the field Saturday night and although he thought the Gamecocks would come out with a win, he did not expect the outsome to be as lopsided as it was.
"Of course I thought we would come out and win the game, but I expected to be closer (35-7 final score)," said the four-star cornerback out of Marietta (Ga.) Kell. "I just feel we showed that we are coming up and can compete with anyone out there. I did not expect this game to be a blowout like it was, but we just played a great game."
The football side of the visit was nice, but he also got some news on the basketball side as well.
"Georgia's Mark Fox has told me he would like for me to play basketball for him at Georgia and Frank Martin told me the same thing Saturday. He just told me that he would love to have me on the team, how he approved of me playing for him, and things like that. I didn't really expect to hear that during my visit, so it was surprising. Most do not know how much I love basketball, so it is good to know that I can play football and basketball at South Carolina."
An official visit to South Carolina has not been set up yet, but Langley knows it will happen after the season at some point. He once thought he would take all five of his official visits, but now he thinks he will only take two or three. Georgia and UCLA are two other schools he is considering at this time.
Langley is the No. 12 ranked cornerback in the country on Fox Sports Next and he has four interceptions in six games this season.