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  1. Romeo Langford

    And I think the same can be said of the U of Evansville spot, regarding Cheaney
  2. Wanted: a true Center

    Agreed. 6'10" athletic big guys are rare. And it doesn't help that 300+ other teams are looking for them. You essentially have to be tough enough to keep a big guy out of the low post, or athletic enough to front the guy. Morgan does fine at the 5 because he's smart and knows how to use his body on defense.
  3. If Morgan comes back and we get Romeo, we need to be an NCAA team. If Morgan comes back and we don't get Romeo, still need to be a NCAA team. If Morgan leaves and we don't get Romeo, NCAA appearance would be tough.
  4. Romeo Langford

    You are exactly right. And it's also a pretty slow release. I still am surprised no one has offered him. Kid's best ability is handling the rock. The fact that he can shoot is an added benefit. His ball handling alone should get him on a team somewhere.
  5. Romeo Langford

    Plays with a swagger too. Confident in himself. Has a little edge to him
  6. Romeo Langford

    Have those people seen him play that say he's not close to a high D1? I've watched him play numerous times. Can't believe the Xaviers, Cincinnati's etc. of the world aren't all over him. Honestly, if I was Vandy, I would've offered him for sure. Again, maybe there is a reason for that, but it's not due to his game. There's been a hell of a lot of lesser talented kids get bigger offers.
  7. Romeo Langford

    I don't believe he does, and the fact that no Mid D1 program is after him baffles me. Either something is keeping them away, or everyone just completely screwed the pooch. Kid can flat out ball.
  8. Romeo Langford

    I would love that. And a few guys can vouch for this. I've said for the past few weeks/months, this kid is High D1. Terrific with the ball in his hands. I'd love to have him even if Romeo didn't come. He's such a smart, heads up player. Anyone remember Dee Davis?
  9. 2018, 2019, 2020 Recruiting

    I've watched him in person. Kid is phenomenal. I'm STUNNED no one is after this kid. Xavier, Cincinnati, etc. should've been all over this kid.
  10. 18-19 Lineup(just for fun)

    Not saying De'Ron can't improve. He'll just have to get much quicker defensively if he's going to play a lot. Otherwise, he'll strictly be a matchup guy. If he improves defensively, he could be a matchup nightmare for opposing teams.
  11. 18-19 Lineup(just for fun)

    I love De'Ron as much as the next person, but he was horrendous pre-injury this year on defense. While many of our 3pt defense woes were just learning the system, much of the problem was Davis not being able to rotate back to his own man quick enough, leaving the wing defender to stay on Davis' man way too long. Thus, leaving the wing/perimeter players wide open. I hate to say it, but De'Ron will strictly be used in matchup situations.... Against Haas/Haarms and other bigger, less mobile guys.
  12. Romeo Langford

    This makes me feel much better about this recruitment
  13. Alex Hemenway

    Yes. Staff was at his game the other night. I think bruiser was
  14. Romeo Langford

    It's a simple question. If you have 2 visits left with your top 2018 recruit, and he has limited games left, wouldn't you use them on the 2018 recruit?
  15. Romeo Langford

    So here is what makes me Leary. Romeos season could literally end any game now. Obviously, it's not expected to, but he's playing in the state tournament, which is lose, go home. Why sit on 2 visits? I don't know the stipulations... do home visits count against that? If not, why save visits for your biggest recruit?