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Name: Terrance Lang 
College: Colorado     Number: 54
Height: 6-6   Weight: 285
Position: DE  Pos2: DT
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2023

40 Low: 4.83
   40 Time: 4.92
  40 High: 5.00

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: NAC...2020: HMC


 Terrance Lang, Colorado, Player News

  08/01/22 - DE Terrance LangrSr/2023, Colorado, 6-6, 285 (DS#69 DE) + More +

  Media members covering the Pac-12 aren't expecting much out of the Colorado football team this season. On Thursday, the conference announced the media projections for this season, and the Buffaloes were picked for a last-place finish. For the first time in the 12-year history of the conference there will be no divisions, so the 33 media members who voted were asked to rank the teams from 1-12. CU received just 58 points in the voting, with Arizona (86) ahead of the Buffs in 11th. Defending champion Utah was the overwhelming favorite to win the Pac-12, with 26 first-place votes and 384 points overall.

Oregon received two first-place votes and is ranked second, with Southern California third. The Trojans received five first-place votes. CU has never been highly regarded in the preseason poll. From 2011-21, CU was projected for last-place finishes in the South division seven times - including every year from 2011-16 - and fifth-place finishes three times. The highest projection was a fourth-place finish in 2017. This is the fifth time CU has received the fewest amount of points in the preseason poll among the 12 schools. On the field, the Buffs have had six last-place finishes in the South during their 11 seasons in the Pac-12 and two fifth-place finishes. The Buffs won the division in 2016 and finished second in 2020. Last year, they tied USC for fourth place. - Daily Camera


(DS#69 DE) rSr/2023 DE Terrance LangColorado
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  07/22/22 - DE Terrance LangrSr/2023, Colorado, 6-6, 285 (DS#69 DE) + More +

  As Colorado head coach Karl Dorrell walked around the practice field in the spring, there was a noticeable difference without Carson Wells on the edge of the defense. CU's most dominant edge rusher over the past two seasons, Wells is now trying to make the roster with the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals. Dorrell liked what he saw on the edge, however. "A lot of guys that are taking advantage of their reps right now," he said. "They're doing pretty well. We've got guys that are really starting to respond and develop." This summer, BuffZone.com will preview each position group for CU and in this installment, we look at the defensive ends and outside linebackers. On the edge, the Buffs are looking to not only replace Wells (15.5 sacks, 38 tackles for loss in his career), but get even better.

Even with Wells, CU ranked 126th nationally in producing just 1.08 sacks per game in 2021 (13 sacks in 12 games). The Buffs were 107th in tackles for loss (59, 4.92 per game). This season, as CU shifts from a 3-4 to more of a 4-3 base defense, the Buffs will lean on several players to step up. Senior defensive end Terrance Lang, senior outside linebacker Guy Thomas and several others will be called upon to wreak havoc on opposing quarterbacks. "Negative plays, sacks, TFLs," Lang said of what he wants out of himself - and the rest of the group. "I mean, tackles are cool, but I want to make game-changing plays this year. Plays that are really going to change the game and give us an edge. "There was a lot of plays I left on the field." - Daily Camera


(DS#69 DE) rSr/2023 DE Terrance LangColorado
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  08/11/21 - DE Terrance LangrSr/2023, Colorado, 6-6, 285 (DS#69 DE) + More +

  Phillip Lindsay was a senior running back with an eye toward the NFL in the fall of 2017, but the Colorado star took notice of one particular freshman that year. Lindsay, now with the Houston Texans, joked at the time that he wished he had Terrance Lang's size and added that as soon as Lang figured out the work ethic involved with being a Division I college football player, he had unlimited potential. "That kid is going to be a special kid," Lindsay said in 2017.

"There's not many kids that are going to be like him." Lang, who spent that 2017 season on the sidelines as a redshirt, is now a 6-foot-7, 285-pound defensive end who has shown improvement every year of his CU career. "I've definitely figured it out," Lang said with a laugh when told of Lindsay's comments from four years ago. "Freshmen and sophomore years are always a little bumpy, but once I got a little experience and some years under my belt I got a lot more comfortable and confident in what I was doing, so I did feel like I figured it out a lot." This season, CU will rely heavily on Lang, who has worked to become a more complete player and is the Buffaloes' most experienced defensive linemen. - Daily Camera


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  04/09/21 - DE Terrance LangrSr/2023, Colorado, 6-6, 285 (DS#69 DE) + More +

  Junior defensive end Terrance Lang was also a part of Tuesday's virtual event, as he was interviewed by former CU defensive lineman Alonzo Barrett (2004-07). Asked about his goals, Lang, who has eight career quarterback sacks, said, "On my mirror in my room I have two goals written out. It's to get a sack a game and the other one is, as far as school, to get a higher GPA than I got last semester. I've got those two goals written on my mirror in my room and I see them every day." Lang is not participating in team workouts this spring because of offseason shoulder surgery, but Dorrell said the 6-foot-7, 290-pound Lang is doing well in conditioning. "He's lapping the defensive lineman," Dorrell told Johnson. "He runs like a deer. … It's an impressive thing to see because he's a fabulous athlete. We're hoping he obviously gets recovered from the shoulder surgery and gets ready to go for the fall. We think he's going to be fantastic." Dorrell added that Lang had his best academic semester in the fall. Last season, Lang had 14 tackles, one sack, and five tackles for loss. - - Daily Camera

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  12/31/20 - DE Terrance LangrSr/2023, Colorado, 6-6, 285 (DS#69 DE) + More +

  2020 ALL-PAC-12 CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION: DL Terrance Lang, Jr.,...Six additional Buffs were recognized as honorable mention selections: offensive tackle Frank Fillip, defensive end Terrance Lang, safety Isaiah Lewis, offensive guard Casey Roddick, returner Dimitri Stanley and outside linebacker Carson Wells. - Colorado Football

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  07/18/20 - DE Terrance LangrSr/2023, Colorado, 6-6, 285 (DS#69 DE) + More +

  The 6-foot-7, 280-pound Lang is coming off a breakout sophomore season, when he led the Buffaloes with six sacks and 12 quarterback pressures. He added 40 tackles, nine third-down stops and played more snaps (588) than any other lineman on the team. "I feel like last season gives me a lot of confidence coming into this season," Lang said recently. "I definitely look forward to being a dominant player on the defense and doing everything I can to help the defense be as good as we can be." Lang has already come a long way during his career at CU.

He was "swimming" early in his career as he learned the college game and a new defense, all while adjusting to putting on weight and living in a new state. After redshirting in 2017, Lang played in 11 games in 2018 as a pass-rush specialist. He recorded one sack in 263 snaps that season, spending most of the year watching. Last year, he became a more complete player who could defend the run, as well as get after the quarterback, but is now looking for more. "Definitely a lot of areas I want to improve on," he said. "I did gain a lot of confidence (last year). It just motivated me and made me work harder in the offseason. There's always stuff I can improve on, but I just can't wait to show what I can do again next season." - Daily Camera


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