The Langley brothers have gotten to be household names in the recruiting circles in the state of North Carolina. 6’2 junior Kameron, 6’1 freshmen twins Keyshaun and Kobe were the solid foundation for the SW Guilford High School basketball team that went 27-3 this past season. We have covered a lot of prospects over the years and the Langley brothers have impressed us in more ways on and off the court.

First, let’s take a look at their performance on the court this past season. Kameron averaged 15.5 PPG, 5.9 APG, 6.8 RPG, and 2.3 SPG. Keyshaun averaged 13.1 PPG, 3.6 APG, 3 RPG, and 2.7 SPG, while Kobe averaged 13.1 PPG, 3.9 APG, 2.6 RPG, and 2.6 SPG. As you can see, these guys knew how to stuff the stat sheet in every category. More importantly, Kameron sports an amazing 4.2 GPA while twins Keyshaun and Kobe sported an impressive 3.8 GPA. They are the true definition of the term “student athlete” and it goes to show you that young players that do the work in the classroom also do the work on the basketball court.

Kameron is one of the craftier point guards in his class and still is somewhat undervalued and underrated. Although Kameron averaged 15.5 PPG, his value is far greater than his scoring. He’s the team’s leader on the court and is consummate floor general. Without question, Kameron is a low risk, high return player. He always seems to make the right play and has a high basketball IQ and understanding of the game. More importantly, Kameron is always focused and gives off excellent body language as he plays with poise and maturity.

Keyshaun and Kobe are the twins and we like to call them “Double Trouble” on the basketball court. While the twins have “similar” games on the court, Keyshaun is right handed while Kobe is left-handed. Both are jet quick and have such a fluid and smooth game. Everything on the court seems to come easy. While their offensive games have well been documented, we have been equally impressed with their attitude on the defensive end of the court. Both play aggressive “on the ball” defense and take as much pride defensively as offensively, which is extremely rare these days. They are high-energy players and their high motor and full throttle approach to the game is quite appealing. They give 100% effort 100% of the time.

The Langley brothers have a tremendous reputation on the basketball court and rightfully so, however all three are excellent students and high character young men. Rarely, do you ever see them seek individual attention. They truly buy into the “team concept” and winning does matter over individual success and attention. More than anything, we have been impressed with their mannerisms off the court as much as all the accolades on the court and you may not find any young players that are as humble as these three brothers. They are humble and hungry, but more than anything they are winners in the game of life.