Galloway Goes To A-10 Squad

Langston Galloway wanted to play close to his family, so Tuesday morning the three-star prospect gave a verbal commitment to a A-10 program.

Sometimes having family in the area can be a big help in recruiting, and that was the case with St. Joseph and Baton Rouge (La.) Christian Life Academy standout Langston Galloway.

"I think it had a lot to do with his family being from there," Louisiana Select coach Mike Theus said. "He spends summers there and he's gotten a chance to be around their facilities and he's up there a lot during the summer months."

Galloway, a 6-foot-2, 175-pound combo guard, also had schools like LSU, Tulane, Louisiana Tech and Cincinnati trailing him.

A three-star prospect, Galloway is a player that has received praise for how hard he plays on the court, and that was one thing that his AAU coach pointed out.

"Langston is a kid that can play the one or the two and he shoots it very well," Theus said. "As one coach said today he's surprisingly athletic. He just competes."

Galloway joins an impressive three-man class at St. Joseph that also consists of Darius Quaryles and C.J. Aiken.


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