Valdosta (Ga.) Lowndes cornerback Tiquan Lang got a chance to play in a nationally televised game on Friday night, but the highlight of his week game late Wednesday evening.
Lang, who committed to South Alabama earlier this year, picked up his second FBS offer on Wednesday night, courtesy of Troy.
"It's real exciting," Lang said. "They've been trying to get in touch with me and when we finally talked I got the offer. It's real great to get another offer from a Division I school."
Lang is very familiar with the Trojans and their program, thanks to a connection to former teammates Jed Solomon and Khary Franklin. Both players are Lowndes graduates currently enrolled at Troy.
"I've been there before," Lang said. "I know a lot about them."
The new offer, along with increased interest from Middle Tennessee, have Lang thinking a little harder about his pledge to USA.
"I'm still committed but I think I'm going to take all five of my visits and look around," Lang said.
He added that he thinks the more coaches see his senior film, the more attention he'll get from new schools.
"My film is starting to get around and I've been doing a good job of stepping up out on the field and showing how I can play," Lang said. "I can do a little bit of everything and I think that shows."
Lang plans to wait until his high school season concludes to take any official visits.