Five-star 2018 SG Romeo Langford picks Indiana

Five-star 2018 SG Romeo Langford picks Indiana

A four-year starter for coach Jim Shannon, Langford finished his career with 3,002 points, fourth all-time among IN high school players. Lanford is widely regarded as the best guard in the class and only ranks behind R.J Barrett, Zion Williamson, Cam Reddish, and Bol Bol in ESPN's top 100. He made the announcement in the gymnasium of his soon-to-be alma mater, New Albany High School.

Most experts had shifted their predictions for Langford's choice to IU in recent days and weeks after Langford announced his decision would be open to the public and the hordes of IU fans that live in and around Southern Indiana.

Basketball Romeo Langford has committed to Indiana University to continue his basketball experience.

This past season, Cremo averaged 17.8 points, 4.1 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game.

Throughout his recruitment, Langford, a five-star prospect, received scholarship offers from the likes of Indiana, Kansas, Vanderbilt, Duke, Georgia Tech, IUPUI, Kentucky, Louisville, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Purdue, UCLA, and others.

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IN is having a major roster overhaul after finishing last season in the middle of the BIG 10 but missing the NCAA tournament.

The Hoosiers will now what to find out the future of Juwan Morgan and whether or not he will return next season. Damezi Anderson and Robert Phinisee are the Nos.

Don't expect Langford to arrive on campus and have a Trae Young-like impact overall on offense (he's not a point guard), but if you're wondering which freshman in next year's class is most likely to get buckets and recognition to Trae-like levels, it's Langford. He is a bit undersized at 5'11 but has the quickness to compete with anyone and is athletic enough to survive rugged BIG 10 games. Pickerington, Ohio's Jerome Hunter (54th) is the top recruit for the Hoosiers. In addition, De'Ron Davis will be coming back from injury and some other youngsters will move into more important roles. And now, there's a reason to believe in the Indiana Hoosiers again. IN is lucky enough to have a wealth of basketball talent coming out of their state every year.

At his introductory press conference last March, Indiana Coach Archie Miller vowed to recruit the state hard.

Langford joins an impressive recruiting class for Archie Miller for next season.

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