The Broncos signed a pretty stellar class back on December 19th, highlighted by 4-star talents like Hank Bachmeier (QB), Keegan Duncan (RB), George Holani (ANOTHER RB) and some impressive height at the WR spots. Well, second signing day (original signing day) is still a few days away, but the Broncos haven’t been resting on their laurels (nor hardys). Last week, the Broncos secured the commitment of DK Blaylock, a 6’5” wideout out of Texas and last night, the Broncos landed the verbal of another recruit at a sudden position of need—linebacker.
Lolani Langi, a 6’2” 223 lb. OLB from Bingham High School in South Jordan, UT announced his commitment last night after he’d been a long-time Utah “lean”. Since Langi opted not to sign during the early period, that meant he was available to come in and visit and apparently, he liked what he saw. If Bingham High School sounds familiar, that’s because recently-graduated DE Durrant Miles attended the same school in South Jordan before going on a mission and then playing on The Blue™.
Langi is rated a high 3-star by 247sports and was given a composite score of .8738 by the recruiting leader...meaning he’s another borderline 4-star player by their estimation. Langi had offers from Utah, BYU, Cal, Hawaii, Nebraska, Utah State, Vanderbilt, and Washington State. As usual, it’s better to get eyes on the player than have me describe his exploits, so enjoy.