Galloway Receives High School’s Highest Honor
A hardwood dream for many at an early age, Langston Galloway will now see his uniform hanging from the rafters at Christian Life Academy in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Galloway’s high school recently welcomed the versatile guard back to retire his No. 11 jersey. A standout player during his tenure at Christian Life Academy, Langston averaged 26.2 points, five assists, and five steals during his senior season. It was that season in which the school’s star led his team to a Class 1A title, finishing his high school career with two District 7 1-A Player of the Year distinctions.
Galloway would then go on to play for Saint Joseph’s University before eventually working his way from undrafted free agent to a starting guard for the New York Knicks in 2014.
See below as No. 9 took to social media to celebrate this special moment.
— Langston Galloway (@LangGalloway10) May 10, 2017