Sunday, November 12, 2017

BOYS’ BASKETBALL: Romeo narrows list to three schools

Romeo's tweet
NEW ALBANY – New Albany senior Romeo Langford announced on Twitter on Saturday that he has cut his list of NCAA Division I schools he is considering playing at in the 2018-19 season to three schools. The three universities are Indiana, Kansas and Vanderbilt.
During the past few weeks, Langford made official visits to those three schools along with North Carolina and UCLA. He is expected to not make a commitment to a university during the NCAA’s early signing period.
Langford averages 28.7 points and 8.9 rebounds per game last season for the 25-4 Bulldogs. He also distributed 3.4 assists, blocked 2.1 shots and made 2.1 steals a contest.
Langford earned several honors for his incredible season. That included making The Associated Press All-State first team and the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association Underclass Supreme 15 All-State squad and being named a Naismith All-American and a MaxPreps All-American.
This summer, Langford earned a spot on USA Basketball’s U19 World Championship team that played in FIBA U19 World Cup in Cairo, Egypt.
Langford is the front-runner to win this season’s Indiana Mr. Basketball award. No New Albany player has ever earned that honor.
Langford is the all-time leading scorer in Bulldog history with 2,079 points. Langford needs two rebounds this season to pass former New Albany standout Chad Hunter as the school’s all-time leading rebounder.

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