Kevin Langford
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Kevin Langford

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Fort Worth, Texas

High School:
North Crowley High School

Last College:
University of California

Height / Weight:
6-8 / 245

Position:
Center


02/07/2009

TCU at Colorado State

Men's Basketball

Season
GP-GS
MIN
FG-M
FG-A
FG%
3FG-M
3FG-A
3FG%
FT-M
FT-A
FT%
REB
R-G
AST
STL
BLK
PTS
P-G

2007-08

30-30

895

125

300

.417

8

30

.267

142

195

.728

160

5.3

40

24

15

400

13.3

2006-07

30-30

947

136

294

.463

14

25

.560

111

197

.563

180

6.0

53

21

23

397

13.2

Totals

60-60

1,842

261

594

.439

22

55

.400

253

392

.645

340

5.7

93

45

38

797

13.3

2007-08 | Junior Season
Langford concluded his junior campaign with the Frogs with third team All-Mountain West Conference laurels after averaging 13.3 points and 5.3 rebounds per game... selected as a CBS Sportsline Pre-Season Mountain West Conference first team selection prior to the beginning of the 2007-08 campaign... ranked seventh in the Mountain West Conference in offensive rebounds per game (2.03 R-G), eighth in free throw percentage (72.8%), 10th in rebounds per game (5.3 R-G) and 11th in scoring average (13.3 P-G)... recorded a double-digit scoring performance in 24 of 30 games during the 2007-08 campaign - including a Mountain West Conference-high 22 consecutive games... selected as the Mountain West Conference Player of the Week on December 24th after averaging 24.0 points and 5.5 rebounds per game in a pair of victories for the Frogs... scored a career-high 31 points against Prairie View A&M (Dec. 22) on 10-of-13 shooting to go along with 10-of-15 from the charity stripe in 35 minutes of action... became the first player since Junior Blount during the 2001-02 season to score 30 or more points in a game... ranked first on the Purple and White in scoring average (13.3 P-G) as well as free throws made (142), free throw attempts (195) and free throw percentage (72.8%)... selected as the Jim Killingsworth Most Valuable Player for the Frogs at the end of the season awards banquet... earned The Ridings Family Free Throw Percentage Award, Dick O'Neal Rebound Award and Eugene Kennedy Field Goal Percentage Award at the conclusion of the season... collected 21 points on 8-of-16 shooting - including 2-of-2 from behind the three-point line and 3-of-3 at the charity stripe - to go along with nine rebounds in 35 minutes of action in an 89-88 setback to UNLV (Mar. 13) in the quarterfinals of the Mountain West Conference Tournament... collected 20 points to go along with six rebounds, three steals, two assists and two blocked shots in the Mountain West Conference opener against San Diego State (Jan. 5)... scored 17 points - including a perfect 9-of-9 from the free throw line - to go along with eight rebounds against UNLV (Jan. 30)... notched 17 points, five rebounds, two steals and two blocked shots in TCU's overtime victory over NCAA Tournament-squad The University of Texas at Arlington (Dec. 17)... collected 16 points in back-to-back victories in Mountain West Conference action against Wyoming (Jan. 12) and New Mexico (Jan. 15)... posted 14 points to go along with eight boards against Utah (Jan. 26).

2006-07 | Sophomore Season
In his first season with the TCU men's basketball program - Langford ranked first on the Horned Frogs in minutes (947), minutes per game (31.6), field goals made (136), field goal attempts (294), free throws made (111), free throw attempts (197), rebounds (180), rebounds per game (6.0), points (397) and scoring average (13.2)... appeared and started in all 30 games for the Horned Frogs en route to securing honorable mention All-Mountain West Conference accolades... list as one of four players in the Mountain West Conference to be ranked in the top-10 in both rebounding (eighth) and scoring (ninth) in conference action... ranked 10th in rebounds per game, 13th in blocked shots per game and 15th in points per game in the Mountain West Conference... recorded 21 double-digit scoring performances to go along with five games of 20 or more points - which all occurred in the final 10 games of the season... recorded a season-high 24 points against Wyoming (Feb. 28) where he connected on 9-of-19 attempts from the field - including a career-high 3-of-4 from behind the three-point line - in 35 minutes of action... notched 23 points on 9-of-16 field goal attempts and 5-of-7 at the charity stripe to go along with nine rebounds and three assists against New Mexico (Feb. 17)... scored 23 points - including 10-of-10 at the free throw line - and seven rebounds in the second round of the Mountain West Conference Tournament against BYU (Mar. 8)... collected his first career double-double (points-rebounds) against The University of Texas at San Antonio (Dec. 27) with a 15-point, 10-rebound performance to go along with a career-high four blocked shots... notched 22 points on 7-of-14 shooting - including 6-of-9 from the charity stripe - in 28 minutes of action against BYU (Feb. 10).

2005-06 | Red-Shirt Season
Langford sat out the 2005-06 season after transferring to TCU from the University of California.

2004-05 | Freshman Season | University of California
Langford played one season at the University of California - a member of the Pac-10 Conference - where he saw action in 26 of the Golden Bears' 29 games as a freshman... recorded three career starts for the Golden Bears during his first season with the program - including his first collegiate start against Arizona State where he tallied six points and five rebounds... averaged 2.5 points and 2.0 rebounds per game for a University of California program that finished with a 13-16 overall record... averaged 11.4 minutes per evening while connecting on 36.7 percent (22-of-60) of his field goal attempts and 55.0 percent (22-of-40) of his attempts from the charity stripe... scored a season-high nine points to go along with three rebounds in 27 minutes of action against USC.

North Crowley High School
A product of Fort Worth, Texas - Langford earned first team all-state accolades after averaging 17.6 points and 11.9 rebounds per game in his final campaign at North Crowley High School... selected as the USA Today National Player of the Week on December 16, 2003, after earning Most Valuable Player laurels at the Scott Bragg Invitational when he tallied 60 points and 46 rebounds in a trio of games... earned Most Valuable Player accolades at the Lone Star Invitational in San Antonio, Texas, in his senior season... led his prep square to a 33-3 record - including a 14-0 mark in District 8-4A and a final ranking of ninth in the State of Texas... concluded his junior campaign by averaging 17.7 points, 7.1 rebounds and 1.8 blocked shots per game while connecting on 56.2 percent of his field goal attempts... cited as a second team all-state selection during his junior campaign at North Crowley High School... cited as a three-time all-district performer on the hardwood where he earned District Player of the Year honors as a junior and senior... cited with Newcomer of the Year accolades during his sophomore campaign... was an academic all-state award winner during his final two seasons... earned all-state mention in each of his three seasons... became the second player in North Crowley High School history to reach the 1,600-point milestone and ranks first in the school's record books in rebounds (870) and blocked shots (270).

From the Charity Stripe
Langford is the son of Andre Langford and Charlene Taylor-Mask... born on December 21, 1985... father - Andre - and mother - Charlene - both played basketball in college at The University of Texas-Arlington... brother - Keith - was a former standout guard for the University of Kansas and currently plays for the San Antonio Spurs... uncle - Charles Taylor - played collegiate football at Rice before enjoying a successful NFL career with the Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos... graduated in December of 2007 with a bachelor's degree in sociology with a minor in criminal justice... working on his master's degree in educational administration.


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