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Lee Langstaff II Breaking Out Down South
by Zachary Lyon, Future150 (10:09 AM CT, Mon August 28, 2017)
2020 G Lee Langstaff II is seeing his stock rise rapidly.
2020 G Lee Langstaff II is seeing his stock rise rapidly.
Zachary Lyon
Zachary Lyon:

Future150 Regional Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball: NC, SC & VA

Whittier, NC (Future150) -- Lee Langstaff II is a 6'1" 2020 PG out of Whittier, North Carolina that became a breakout star at Future150's "The Summit" Camp, our elite camp held annually for rising sophomore and juniors. 

The Carolina Day School product had a big summer overall, and is going to have more eyes than usual on him as he heads into his second yeah of high school. 

"It was a really good summer for me. I got a lot of (elite) camp invites," Langstaff said when asked about grading his summer performance. "I also got a really good look on where I am, in comparison to other high-caliber players."

He isn't there yet, but if Langstaff continues to improve and project like the way we think he is, there's no doubt he could come out as one of the top-tier guards in the state of North Carolina in his class before it's all said and done. 

He has a very entertaining style of play with his crafty ball-handling abilities, great vision, and his ability to knock down tough jumpers off the bounce reaching to beyond the three point line! He has the size, standing around 6'1", even though it would be nice to see him sprout up another inch or two. 

Now that the high school season is just around the corner, Langstaff has a few things in mind that he would like to work on and achieve as a sophomore at Carolina Day School. 

"I want to be more vocal on and off the floor and help my team in as many ways as I possibly can," he said. "It doesn't neccesarily have to be scoring, I'll get rebounds, play hard defense on the best player, whatever is needed." 

This type of mindset is what college coaches love to see in their floor general, even though Langstaff is a talented scorer and set-up artist, he has no issues with stepping up and doing other things to ensure that his team comes out on top. 

Just now scratching the surface, Langstaff should have a very interesting and exciting sophomore seasons in terms of development and growth. It may be a little more longer before the college coaches start calling, but the potential is definitely there. 

Stay locked in with Future150 as we continue to track Langstaff along with many of our other elite camp alumni.


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