Four-star strong-side defensive end Malik Langham committed to Florida over Alabama and Auburn at an announcement Wednesday at Lee High School in Huntsville.
Langham made his official visit to Alabama on Jan. 19 and named it his leader two days later. He visited Florida on Jan. 26 and that may have been enough to sway Langham to change his mind.
The 6-foot-5, 269-pound Langham is the No. 14 strong-side defensive end in the country and the No. 11 recruit in Alabama on the 247Sports Composite ratings.
Langham is the second in-state prospect that chose another school over the Crimson Tide, as Justyn Ross committed to Clemson over Alabama.
Alabama’s class has only two in-state commits: cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis and tight end Michael Parker.
Texas wide receiver Jaylen Waddle is Alabama’s final remaining target.