Aggies jump to top for DT

Germantown (Md.) Seneca Valley defensive tackle Donald Langley took his third official visit of the recruiting season to Texas A&M this past weekend. How did it compare to Tennessee and Michigan State?
"The visit was great," said the 6-foot-2, 267-pounder. "I was hosted by Cody Williams and the hospitality there was amazing. Everyone was so nice and made me feel at home."
Langley loved the traditions at A&M.
"The 12th Man and the Midnight Yell are cool," he said. "The people down there are crazy for the Aggies and they have a great following. I had a great time and they are at the top of my list along with Tennessee. The two schools are similar actually, they have amazing fans and a good opportunity at defensive tackle."
Langley thought about committing on the visit.
"Yeah, it was like Tennessee," he said. "I liked both of them so much it will be hard to decide because it's so tempting to commit on the visit. I didn't get that feeling at Michigan State so right now it's Tennessee and A&M.
"The defensive line coaches are the big thing with me. Coach Stan Eggen at A&M and Larry Slade at Tennessee are both great people. I know I'll spend most of my time with my position coach so that relationship is important to me."
However, Langley still has two more official visits left to take.
"I'm going to Oklahoma on Oct. 14 and then I'm going to Penn State on Oct. 21," he said. "I expect Oklahoma to be a lot like Texas A&M and Penn State will be crazy as well. I think my decision will get harder after those two visits."