Alabama pulled the trigger on offering in-state defensive lineman Malik Langham during an in-home visit with the 3-star prospect.
Langham, one of the top uncommitted players in Alabama, has been rising on the Tide’s defensive line board after further evaluations. Alabama defensive line coach Karl Dunbar spent the day at Lee High School (Huntsville) and both he and Nick Saban had an in-home visit with Langham on Monday night.
With the Tide offering Langham, he joins several others on the defensive line who are in play to commit to Alabama, such as 5-star end Brenton Cox, 4-star end Tyreke Smith, 4-star tackles Christian Barmore and Tyler Friday, and 3-star end Andres Fox.
Langham will take an official visit to Notre Dame this weekend. He will visit Alabama, Vanderbilt and Ole Miss in January. Florida offered Langham on Monday, too, and it’s likely he’ll visit Gainesville in the coming weeks.
Now that he has an offer from Alabama, I expect Langham to be a part of the Tide’s class. From past conversations with him, I know he really wanted to earn this offer. After a very good senior season, that’s what he did.
Langham had 104 tackles, 15 tackles for loss, 11 sacks, 10 pass breakups, 2 forced fumbles and 1 safety this season.