Langston Wilson reps Milwaukee in NCAA Dunk Contest

Wilson had a 51 overall score in the first round after an effortless reverse, double-pump jam

Langston Wilson participated in the State Farm NCAA Slam Dunk and 3-Point Championship last night and though he didn't take home the gold, he did put on a good show for the fans in preparation for this weekend's Final Four. Gabe McGlothan of Grand Canyon University took home the #1 Dunk prize in front of a home crowd. 

Panther fans were watching all the way and we are very proud. Here is to Langston Wilson who has a long career ahead of him in professional basketball (his father played with the Harlem Globetrotters), basketball in general and in all the areas he has learned and mastered during his time in college at Washington and Milwaukee.

Wilson represented Milwaukee and the Horizon League well (that is back-to-back dunk contests for Milwaukee players)

Here's to many, many more Langston Wilson dunks, and more players repping Milwaukee in the Dunk Contest (and maybe the Final Four someday).

go panthers.