DeMarr Langford made it official on Saturday afternoon while surrounded by his immediate family –and a future teammate- at his home in Worcester. The 6’5” wing committed to Boston College, where he will join his brother, Makai Ashton-Langford, who transferred to BC just a few months ago after two years at Providence College.
“I’d like to thank my family for the love and motivation they give me every day,” said Langford, prior to donning a BC Eagles hat. “I’d also like to thank all of the coaches for the effort they put into recruiting me. This was a tough decision but I know I made the best decision for me to pursue my dreams.”
After winning a National Prep Championship with Putnam Science Academy in 2018, Langford will spend his final prep season at Brewster where he’ll look to add a 3rd title to the family’s trophy case. Ashton-Langford won his own championship in 2017 as a member of Brewster’s undefeated 37-0 squad. He’ll spend the ’19-’20 as a redshirt in the BC program and be eligible to join the Eagles active roster when DeMarr heads to campus next fall.