It's not easy being a loner in wakeboarding. After all, this is a sport that takes a minimum of two people at all times. But despite living in one of the most popular areas in Orlando, Florida, for pro riders , Jeff Langley has seemingly found a way to do so. It's not that he doesn't socialize or is an unfriendly guy — he's one of the most humble and down-to-earth people you'll meet. It's just that Jeff has a strong conviction to do what he wants with his wakeboarding career, and he has companies behind him that don't give him any unnecessary team or sponsorship pressure. He's the single marquee rider for team O'Brien; he's the franchise team rider for Ten-80, and he's a guy that has never been caught up in the party lifestyle that so many pro riders get into. Jeff, although smack dab in the middle of the pack of talent on Clear Lake, has become the lone wolf. He still rides with everyone and continually kills it, making himself a better wakeboarder, but he's doing it for all the right reasons.