Surveying the bowling depth, Langeveldt said the Cobras are privileged to have three left-arm swing bowlers with potential in Mthokozisi Shezi, Wayne Parnell and Beuran Hendricks.
Hendricks boasts a career-best match haul of 11 for 63 and is only 25, the same age as Parnell.
Parnell can be lethal and can recapture his consistent swing, said Langeveldt.
Langeveldt said there is little doubt about the depth in the Cobras-squad, as the selectors will be left with some head-scratching as to how to balance the team and how they could accommodate all their top-bowlers.
Rory Kleinveldt is currently plying his trade for Northamptonshire, a move that Langeveldt feels can aid his evolution even more, even at the ripe old age of 32.
In his most recent first-class game, Kleinveldt captured three for 59 and five for 138 against Essex in a high-scoring draw.
Langeveldt is also up-beat about the long-term prospects of Dane Paterson, who was recently selected for South Africa A, and Travis Muller.
Muller’s career is still a work in progress and he requires greater consistency, but could be next in line in the four-day team if the frontline-bowlers break down, added the new SA bowling coach.
Paterson nipped out 42 wickets in the Sunfoil Series in 2014/2015.
Langeveldt is a bit concern about the current crop of under.19-prospects, saying there are one or two who possess the potential to go to the next level, instead of a stream of four or five.
However, the Cobras can still be a force domestically and produce an attack who can take 20 wickets in a Sunfoil Series-game at a canter.