Romeo Langford chooses Indiana

Will he stay or will he go? Romeo Langford to make college announcement	 	 	 			Romeo Langford

Will he stay or will he go? Romeo Langford to make college announcement Romeo Langford

Yet, Archie Miller and IN basketball did just that by nailing the commitment of guard Romeo Langford. Jake Forrester (No. 137) and Langford make up the incoming backcourt while freshmen Jerome Hunter (No. 54), Damezi Anderson (No. 114), and Robert Phinesee (No. 125) join the roster on the wing and in the frontcourt.

Langford earned the honor after averaging 35.5 points per game as a senior and finishing his career as the fourth-leading scorer in the history of in high school basketball. Langford's commitment day was maybe the biggest event of April in that state - regardless of being a sports story or not. The senior averaged 28 points per game over his career, winning 100 games at New Albany and a 2016 Class 4A state title.

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The only downside to Langford is the large possibility that he'll be a one and done player in Bloomington.

Several speakers took to the podium before Langford's announcement, including Romeo's father Tim, New Albany athletic director Don Unruh and New Albany Coach Jim Shannon.

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Langford is the top recruit in the most basketball-crazy state in America, and it's the first time the Hoosiers have landed the top in-state recruit in over a decade. He's the first Indiana Mr. Basketball to sign with the Hoosiers since Cody Zeller, a member of IU's 2011 recruiting class. He was a McDonald's All-American and had a prolific high school basketball career. The Hoosiers still won't be a favorite in the Big Ten, but with Langford, you can bet people will be watching.

An anxious crowd awaits tip-off between Romeo Langford's New Albany Bulldogs and Trayce Jackson-Davis's Center Grove Trojans. He has good positional size, long arms (6-foot-10 wingspan), and a strong build that should blossom in a college weight room. And now, there's a reason to believe in the Indiana Hoosiers again. He has the skills to play right away in the National Basketball Association, so there's no sense spending more than one season in college if that's the case.

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What will Langford bring to IU?

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