New Indiana head coach Archie Miller will visit with the top junior prospect in the state on Tuesday.
Miller will spend time with New Albany (Ind.) High five-star junior Romeo Langford at the guard's high school on April 18, before the spring evaluation period kicks off April 21-23.
This won't be the first time the two have spoken. They had a conversation back on April 5 - the same day UNC head coach Roy Williams visited Langford.
Langford, who holds offers from IU, Duke, Kentucky and Louisville among others, averaged 29 points per game this season. His New Albany squad was knocked out in the regional championship in a 72-64 loss to Castle after winning the Class 4A state title as a sophomore.
He was recently named to the Indiana Junior All-Star team, and was tabbed first team All-State by the Associated Press.
He's still not anywhere close to making a college decision at this time.
“Basically everybody’s after me,” he told TheHoosier.com this winter. “Everyone’s been keeping in touch and coming to games.
"I couldn’t really pinpoint anyone who’s recruiting me the hardest.”
The five-star junior will play AAU with Dream Vision on the adidas Gauntlet this spring and summer.
His squad will be in Dallas over the April 21-23 weekend. Miller is expected to make an appearance at the event as well.
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