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The Louisville scandal won’t affect Romeo Langford’s decision

Louisville’s troubled history of turning its men’s basketball dormitory into a whorehouse will not weigh on Romeo Langford’s final college decision.

Langford told Ben Roberts he wasn’t surprised by last week’s NCAA sanctions because everyone knew it was coming, and that he loves Rick Pitino for the way he uses his guards and develops his players. (Note: Someone should tell Romeo that Rick is slow to develop players.)

The five-star guard also said he plans to trim his list at the end of the summer. He aims to narrow that list to seven schools and there are no leaders at this stage of his recruitment.

As for Kentucky, Langford told Roberts, “Coach Calipari, everybody knows him, big time coach. I just like the way he develops his players. He gets his players where they want to go.”

For more on Langford’s recruitment, read Roberts’ story from Colorado here. He has been one of the stars at U19 training camp so far.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

5 Comments for The Louisville scandal won’t affect Romeo Langford’s decision



  1. david8577
    6:59 pm June 20, 2017 Permalink

    When he goes to visit, he’ll need to spend the night somewhere off campus though. Thank you NCAA for protecting children from the vile activities that take place after dark on the UL campus. Sanitizer can’t remove some of the stuff that gets on you in Minardi Hall.



  2. bosshogg24
    7:09 pm June 20, 2017 Permalink

    Tell Langford to watch the draft Thursday and see how many guards developed by Pitino are selected in the (Lottery) first 14 picks! Then check out the 2 guards from Lexington!



  3. Catlogic15
    8:04 pm June 20, 2017 Permalink

    He’s being both nice and classy about it. He lives just across the river from Louisville.
    More worried about Duke as he has been thought to be their lean for some time.



  4. KYcats11
    8:06 pm June 20, 2017 Permalink

    It won’t effect his decision because he was never going there anyway. He’s going to KENTUCKY.



  5. BigBlueSkyDog
    8:54 pm June 20, 2017 Permalink

    Pitino does not develop talent. He devalues it for his own gain at the player’s expense. Why any top 20 recruit would seriously consider UL is beyond me. Even their hookers are butt ugly.