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Langi's choice: Running back will choose between Utes and USC

Harvey Langi will announce Saturday on national TV whether he will stay home next year, and play running back at the University of Utah, or if he will spurn the Utes for a school known as “Tailback U.”

Langi's mother, Calacita, confirmed Thursday that Langi has narrowed his plentitude of college choices to Utah and the University of Southern California.

The Bingham senior, who led the Miners to their second straight championship in November, also received offers from BYU, Stanford, UCLA, Washington and Colorado.

 

Langi will announce his choice Saturday during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. The game will be played in San Antonio, Texas, and aired live on NBC beginning at 11 a.m.

Calacita Langi said her son was leaning toward USC after visiting the school in December, but that balanced out after other highly rated running backs committed to coach Lane Kiffin's program. Now, Calacita Langi said, she doesn't know which school Harvey will choose, nor is she sure that he knows.

If Langi wishes to play right away in college, Utah would appear to have an edge. Running backs Eddie Wide and Matt Asiata were both seniors last season, and running back is considered a primary need for the Utes going into National Signing Day next month. USC, however, isn't much more secure. Three of the Trojans' top five rushers from last year (including former Cottonwood star Stanley Havili) were seniors, though their leading back, Marc Tyler, will be a senior next fall.

USC, of course, is considered a premier landing spot for talented backs, such as Langi. The school — which, as its name suggests and can't be ignored, is located in sunny Southern California — has produced standout backs from O.J. Simpson to Marcus Allen and Reggie Bush.

 

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