Foothill kicker Langford commits to Cal Poly

Foothill kicker James Langford has given an oral commitment to play football at Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo according to his dad.

Langford was a first-team All-East Bay selection. He connected on 8-for-12 field goal attempts for the Falcons this year including four of 40 or more yards. In the Holiday All Star Classic he kicked a 57-yard field goal (shown below).

He chose the scholarship offer to Cal Poly over being a preferred walk-on at Stanford. He also received interest from Stanford, Oregon State, San Diego State, Washington State, San Jose State, Cal, Utah State, Montana State, and others.

Kyle Bonagura

Kyle Bonagura is a Pleasanton-based prep sports writer for the Bay Area Newsgroup-East Bay.

  • PrepFan2

    did we win?

  • ManO’War

    13-13 tie, double overtime. “-Wait ’til next year.” Can see all-star game highlights on Youtube at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCX0uuQCtxA&feature=related , courtesy Patrone Wood I believe.

  • Scott

    Congratulations James & Jims! You both have worked hard and Cal Poly is a great school and team.

  • therealcoachcarter

    Congrads to a very fine young man who I think will have a tremendous future at Cal Poly!! & yes I was an official witness to the exciting 57 yd field goal kick in the All Star Game!! Great Work!!!

  • falconalumni

    4 foothill falcons will be playing football at cal poly now, great stuff, congratulations James

  • Foothill Fan

    This is great news for Cal Poly. They need this young man. He will be great. James Langford great job.

    Maybe the Coach at Foothill should notice the talent he has produced in the last four years to D1 schools and help other young men to accomplish the same success in the future.

    Smith, McGuinness, Johnson, Andrews, Millard, and now Langford.

  • falconalumni

    Completely agree with you foothill fan, Matt sweeney is a amazing coach and could prepare many to play at the next level. Seems like all those guys listed above are doing pretty good at their schools too. Go Foothill!