Langston Walker
Langston Walker

Player Profile


High School:
Bishop O'Dowd HS

Height / Weight:
6-8 / 345




One of the biggest offensive linemen in the country who hopes to emerge as a high NFL draft choice with a strong senior season ... has made a quick recovery from a broken ankle suffered midway through last season and participated fully in spring drills ... hard work in the weight room and on the nutrition front has seen him greatly increase his strength over the past few years ... still hopes to reduce his weight and play in the 325-pound range, but can move comfortably at his current weight ... 2000 ... started the first four games at left tackle and performed well ... broke an ankle vs. Washington State and sat out the remainder of the season ... 1999 ... started all 11 games at offensive tackle ... began the season at right tackle, but made the move to left tackle before the Arizona State game and spent the rest of the season at that spot ... 1998 ... showed substantial improvement during the course of the season as he had a good fall camp and moved into the starting lineup in the second game of the season vs. Nebraska, staying there the rest of the way ... 1997 ... redshirted in 1997 while working on the scout team.

High School/Personal: Came to Cal from nearby Bishop O'Dowd HS after earning first team all-state selection (medium schools division) as named by Student Sports in 1996 ... earned SuperPrep All-Far West honors, ranking as the No. 52 prospect in the region ... named first team Bay Area by the San Francisco Examiner ... rated the No. 5 prospect in the East Bay by the Contra Costa Times ... helped Bishop O'Dowd HS to a 10-1 record as a senior, after an 11-2 mark in `95 ... follows in the footsteps of fellow O'Dowd graduate Tarik Glenn, who earned second team All-America honors at offensive tackle for Cal in '96 ... chose Cal over Washington, Oregon and Washington State ... American studies major ... parents are Collins and Marie Walker ... born Sept. 3, 1979 in Oakland, CA.