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Isaiah Langley will make his decision this week at The Opening and while there isn't major theatrics going into his choice, the four-star is ready to end his recruitment.
"I think I am," Langley said.
"As of right now, I'm going to go ahead and make my decision. If there is the slightest doubt or I'm not sure ready then I'll think about my decision. Right now, it's a go for me."
The four-star cornerback from Pleasanton (Calif.) Foothill was not having second thoughts this weekend but he definitely doesn't want to rush something if he's not ready. As of Sunday afternoon, Langley was on for his commitment and it sounds like he's prepared to pick a school.
Langley, who looked good earlier this off-season at the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge presented by Under Armour in Baltimore, is not going to release a top five or a top three or pick from a group of hats. He doesn't want the drama to go that far.
Instead, the four-star is going to make his choice and that's it making sure he keeps it classy and well-researched, that he makes the right decision for himself.
According to sources, USC is definitely one of the schools that look good in his recruitment along with California, Arizona State and possibly others as well. The Pleasanton Foothill standout has 30 offers and is giving no hints on which programs leads.
"I'm not going to post that or send that out," Langley said of a top group. "It's going to be just that one school. I'm trying to make the best decision for myself for the next 40 years of my life so it's not just football, it's the academics and the alumni involved. It's the whole package. It's not just football.
"I really have to consider everything. I spoke with my family and we're all on the same page but at the same time it's a process. I want to enjoy the process and I want to make the right decision in the process so right now there is one school but I'm not going to release that. I'm not going to have the hats. I'm not going to release a top five or a top three.
"I'm going to have one hat, one school and that will be it."
The major reason Langley wants to get it right is because he absolutely does not want to look around later or second guess himself. The Northern California prospect wants to finalize his decision and then focus on his senior season, no longer worried about the recruiting process.
"When I make my decision I don't want to go back on my word," Langley said. "That's the worst thing anybody can do - giving your word and then taking it back. I want to make the right decision the first time."
Adam Gorney is a West Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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