University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino and assistant coach Kenny Johnson spent Saturday in Richmond, Ind., watching one of the top 2018 prospects in the county - Romeo Langford.
And Langford put on a show.
The New Albany, Ind., sophomore scored a school-record 46 points and added nine rebounds to push the Bulldogs past Southport 82-64 in the Class 4-A Richmond Semi-State.
The 6-foot-4 Langford, who picked up an offer from the Cardinals last month, had 43 with two minutes left in the third quarter and at that point was outscoring Southport 43-42.
Langford attended at least one Louisville game this past season.
New Albany has now won 23 straight games and the Bulldogs are 26-1 with the Class 4-A state title next weekend at Bankers Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.