Prospect camp: Five to watch 

June, 4, 2012
The University of Alabama’s first summer prospect camp began on Sunday and will run through Wednesday. The Crimson Tide coaching staff is expected to host an elite group of prospects, coming in from all over the country. Here are five recruits to watch as the camp unfolds.

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Cornerback Brendan Langley

Although it’s still a fluid situation, Alabama is currently the leader for Langley. Getting him on campus for the first prospect camp can only help the Crimson Tide’s chances of securing a commitment from the ESPN 150 cornerback. On Saturday, Langley competed in a 7-on-7 tournament at Central Gwinnett High School, and he helped lead Kell High School to the title with 10 touchdowns and a number of interceptions. That didn’t stop the Georgia native from still making the trip to Tuscaloosa where he plans to compete in the camp on Monday. Langley should be one of the top players in attendance, and if everything goes well, there’s a chance he could leave town committed to Alabama.
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