Posted On: 06/30/20 7:06 PM

Sometimes schools see someone they like and see the potential without much to go on. Although there is not a lot of tape on Edina's Dawson Langdon, there is enough to generate interest from small colleges in the area.
The Hornets got off to a slow start but won their final three regular-season games and then picked up a win in the state tournament.
"We worked hard – no matter what the stakes were," Langdon said. "Part of (the team) improving during the season was showing we could each be better (individually)."
"Our strength was working as a team," Langdon continued. "In practice, the younger kids were good at helping out the older kids, and the older kids were helping the guys who were coming up. We wanted to be the next guy up to help the seniors."
The soon to be senior hopes to be one of the next ones up in 2020.
"I was on JV, but I think that I got a lot better from my sophomore year to my junior year. I got faster."
Langdon mainly plays defensive tackle but has also played defensive end.
"I am more of

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