Hightstown, NJ (Future150) -- As a new era of athleticism has taken over, knockdown shooters are becoming more and more rare in college basketball.
George Langberg, a junior out of New Jersey's The Peddie School, feels like his shooting is going to be an easy ride to a free education at a premiere institution.
With that being said, Langberg continues to work on his craft, especially his shooting.
"Shooting is definitely my biggest strength right now," Langberg began. "Coaches have pegged me in as a shooting guard and a three-point specialist."
With true shooters fading into the past, there are not many players that Langberg can compare himself to. Nevertheless, he says there is a player that shares the same characteristics.
"I would say I play a lot like Zack Novak from Michigan. We are both lefty shooters and can hit it from three."
Right now, Langberg isn't necessarily on Michigan's level, but he is making his own legacy in a different way.
Lafayette, Colgate, Yale, Dartmouth, Bucknell, and Cornell are some of the schools that have expressed interest in the southpaw thus far.
"Yale is coming the hardest right now. They stay in contact the most, in my opinion," he noted.
As one would expect, Langberg has the academics to get him to college. Once he takes the ACT, offers will begin to roll in for the 6-foot-4 shooter. Either way, academics will be a primary factor in where he chooses to go to school.
"Academics are very important to me, but I also want to win at the next level. I've won at the high school and AAU level, so I want to keep that going."
Langberg also has some visits planned in the month of October. He will take an unofficial to Yale on October 22nd, and while dates have not been finalized, he will also visit Penn and Lafayette in early October.
"I've been to Colgate and Columbia in the past, so I'm excited to get out and see some more campuses."