Romeo Langford is an American college basketball player who plays in the Big Ten Conference for Indiana Hoosiers in 2019 as their shooting guard. Romeo played highs school basketball for the New Albany High School and was ranked as one of the best high school prospects.
Romeo Langford is still in his college so he doesn't have made any earnings till date. He doesn't get any pay or salary from his college but gets a full ride to college.
Is Romeo Langford Single or has a girlfriend?
Romeo Langford hasn't confirmed his relationship status so we cannot say that he is single or has a girlfriend. Langford has not given a single hint on his personal life from which his current relationship status can be extracted but in one of his photos, he is seen with a girl when he was being crowned as the basketball homecoming king in 2018.
Since Romeo is in his college career so he has to be pretty much focused on his career to be drafted in the National Basketball League and this might be the reason for him for not sharing information about his probable girlfriend on the media.
As we are exploring his official social sites, he has shown his craze towards basketball since he hasn't only posted about basketball on his social media and has mentioned nothing about his family and personal life. He might be planning to be in a romantic relationship after being drafted in the NBA.
As mentioned by Romeo, his inspiration for playing basketball is the famous NBA player LeBron James.
Romeo Langford Body Measurements
The young and energetic college basketball player is about 6 feet 6 inches (1.98 meters) tall in height and weighs around 216 lbs (97.97 kilograms). As of 2019, Romeo is 20 years old.
How much has Romeo Langford Earned until 2019? His Net Worth and Salary
Romeo Langford is still in his college so he doesn't receive a salary but get a full scholarship and accommodation including other facilities from his college. However, as he is one of the best high school prospects, he reportedly will earn a huge amount as soon as he gets drafted to the NBA
Player's annual payments, depending on a number of considerations, can range from a few thousand dollars to millions of dollars annually. Although typical NBA players earn nearly $2 million in salary, some are paid as little as $50,000 with D-league crossover deals.
NBA players' salary cap is around $100 million, although no player makes near that amount anywhere at the moment. The league's top players earn about $35 million. Outside the NBA, annual payments for minor league teams can be as low as $20,000 annually.
So we can say that Romeo Langford might earn a lot more after being drafted in the NBA draft. Langford was offered sponsorships by Adidas which ranges around $100,000 to $150,000 but the deal is in dispute.
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Romeo Langford Early Life and Family
Romeo Langford was born to parents Tim Langford and Sabrina Langford on October 25, 1999, in New Albany, Indiana. Romeo is of American nationality and belongs to the mixed ethnic group and his sun sign is Scorpio.
Besides, Langford spent his childhood along with his lovely sisters Tiffany and Tisha. he began playing basketball from an early age.
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Romeo Langford High School and College Career
High School Career:
Romeo Langford began his high school career with the New Albany High School and played there for over four years. During his freshman, Romeo averaged 17.1 points and 6.0 rebounds whereas, in his sophomore year, he averaged 3.0 assists, 30.2 points, and 9.0 rebounds.
During his high school career, he was crowned 2018 Indiana Mr. Basketball and also earned several awards. Langford was offered by several colleges.
Romeo Langford attended Indiana University for his college career after ending his high school career. Romeo was four times named the Week's BigTen Freshman.
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He has an average of 17 points per game, the highest of the Big Ten freshmen and the third highest all-time of the freshmen at Indiana University, behind Eric Gordon and Mike Woodson.