Which college coaches will be at the Shootout?                                                                   Application, HERE
We send out over 400 announcements and invitations to college coaches.  And with our video postings on YOUtube, all 1,111 colleges (351 D 1 schools, 308 D 2 schools and 442 D 3 schools) can see you!
We can promise this:
1-College coaches will be there, they always are because we have a lot of good players and college packets are free to attending college coaches.
2-We give you a list of players who have attended our events in the past and which colleges they ended up at, see our "Shootout Alumni List."
3-We provide you with the list of over 150 colleges who have signed up for our "Partnership with Colleges and Universities" and receive information about our events and the players.
4-Our video coverage on YOUtube provides hundreds of coaches the opportunity to see players and to review their performances.
Coach Chris Sload from Penn State Scranton said, "The Elite College Exposure Shootout posting on  YOUtube is a very helpful recruiting tool for me!"
June 2 games- girl's on YOUtube  ----June 2 games--boy's on YOUtube
5-A parent's testimonial, "Aaron Burton (Cheltenham, PA) was WELL under the radar until we attended the “Elite College Exposure” Spring Showcase Event @ Lancaster Bible College... since then; we’ve been contacted by a number of colleges ranging from D-2', D-3' around the Mid-Atlantic... I would strongly recommend to anyone who has a real interest in playing basketball at the "NEXT LEVEL" to definitely attend the showcase.. they can do nothing but HELP you get NOTICED!"   Kevin F. Burton (his father)

Shootout Alumni List

Gerry McNamara – Syracuse

Alyssa Thomas - Maryland

Quincy Roberts – St. John’s

Alex Franklin – Siena

Franco Sebastiani – Point Park

Sarunas Jasikievicius – Maryland/Lithuanian Nat. Team

Quincey Wadley – Temple

Jerry Johnson – Rider

Adam Chubb – Penn

Zeffy Penn - Villanova

Todd O’Brien – St. Joes

Tristan Crawford – Cleveland State

Mikey Walker – Penn State

Kenton Alston – PSU Harrisburg

Alphonso Dawson – Delaware

Lawrence Hamm – Towson

Christian Walck - West Chester

Stephen Zack – LaSalle

Mike Witcoskie – Susquehanna

Anthony Trautman – Lebanon Valley College

Gabe Lewellyn – Princeton

Kyle McConnell – Elizabethtown College

Justin Edwards – Elizabethtown College

Zach Hoover – DeSales

Micah Davenport – Millersville

Bernard Brown – Millersville

Stan Potts – Lock Haven

Mike Stum – Valley Forge Christian

Daryl Baltimore – Clarion University

Mike Schatzman – Alvernia University

Jeremy Keefer – York College

Andy Parker – Elon

Casey McMasters – South Carolina Aiken

Brian Madden – Delaware Valley College

Matt Hilton - Weidner

Bryan Majors – Susquehanna Univ.

Larry Geedey – Gettysburg College

Zac Shaeffer  – Albright

Tyler Spancake – Keystone College

Ryan Hill – Bucknell

Mark Linebaugh – Colgate

Scott Eatherton = St. Francis

Tramayne Hawthorne – Drexel

Daniel Dunkleberger – Lebanon Valley College

Bryan Majors – Susquehanna Univ.

Larry Geedey – Gettysburg College

Zac Shaeffer  – Albright

Tyler Spancake – Keystone College

Tyrone McFadden – Lycoming

Kendall Hinze – Wilkes University

Robert Tate – Cincinnati

Tom Brier – Dickinson

Zac Hoy – Messiah

Trey Blanding – Hobart

Kirk Peters – PSU Altoona

Breland Roach – Mansfield

Raheem Richardson – Charlotte

Eric Henry – Kutztown

William Royal – Shippensburg

Zach Runkle – East Stroudsburg

Tom McInerney – Hamilton College/Dickinson

Steve Schmehl – York College

Reggie Guy – Lafayette

Vince Soto – Eastern

Andy Hawk – Messiah


Gerry McNamara attended two of our shootouts before starting his fantastic career at Syracuse University

He is now an assistant coach at Syracuse University

Over 150 coaches and colleges have signed up to receive information about our shootouts in our "Partnership with Colleges and Universities" , list HERE  

Mike Miller,
Messiah College Coach

11 straight years in the NCAA Tournament


Gettysburg College
Boy's Coaches:  George Petrie and Stuart Pradia scout for players





Coach Kevin Calebria
Alvernia University



Brad Karli,
 Bloomsburg University coach
 smiles for the camera while scouting

Billy Clapper
(left), the Head Coach at Penn State Altoona scouts for players at the Shootout!

Tom Prystal, Prystal Scouting Service lays out
plans for the day with his staff at the Shootout

Scott Yarnell
(left), the coach at Penn State Berks signs in at the Shootout to look for players for his program.

Moravian College
, Jim Williams, the Head Men's Coach was at the Shootout and became coach #113 to join our  Partnership with Colleges and Universities Program

Coach Ty Taylor
Cedar Crest College

Betsey Williams
, Head Women's Coach at York College talks to a recruit and her mother

Will Morse
McDaniel College

Alyssa Thomas University of Maryland
  named the ACC  Rookie of the Year
with Pharoah Vaughn from the Shootout staff


Rick Miller
Mansfield University

-has attended numerous Shootouts over the years


Jon Showers
Millersville University


coaches from Hilbert College, south of  Buffalo, NY sign in at the shootout



Jeff Gamber, men's coach from York College meets with B. J. Enck from Solanco



Wilson College
Women's Coach


Ed Ryan

Terry Barlett,
 Lebanon Valley College
Men's Basketball

James Poole
, the assistant basketball coach at Howard Community College brought his grandson to the Shootout.  He told us. "he was very impressed with the event!"


Coach Walt Zamroz
Cairn University

Bill Gaffey


Bill Gaffey with Coach Brad
Rideout Shippensburg University


Scott Lang,  the Head coach of the LaRoche College Redhawks located in Pittsburgh talks to parents!

Coach Nate Stewart
Eastern University

Coach Smith
Wilson College

Penn State Beaver
        Chad Rea
       Boys Basketball Coach

Jeff Fara
National Collegiate Combine Scouting

Jason Roscoe
Northampton Community
Robbie Marusak
East Coast Index
Scouting Service
Right-Tom Prystal from the Prystal Scouting Service provides some advice to one of  the  players and her parents at the Shootout

Far right-Wayne Walters, the former coach at Stevens College of Technology posing with a group of players at the Shootout