Shootout Honor Roll
2012: Logan Phillips
He attended our Elite College Exposure event in Lancaster in October 2012
The next season, his team won the Lewis County Invitational where Logan was named MVP.
2012: Ryan Basso
(#37 at the shootout) starting his sophomore basketball season at Putnam Valley High School is a starting guard on the varsity team.
Putnam Valley, NY High School is currently ranked 10th in the New York State for Class B Schools and number 1 in the Hudson Valley/ Westchester County Region.
In its first game of the season, Class AAA No. 2 Montour got seven 3-pointers apiece from Rob Julian (23 points) and Kevin Scuilli (21) to blow out host McGuffey , 88-39, in Section 5. Scuilli (left) was a Shootout selection in October 2011.
(Post Gazette, 12/21/11)
2011 Jenna Parson
She had 31 on 1/3/11 vs York. She was recognized as an outstanding performer at the Shootout by the Prystal Scouting Service.
She went over the 1,000 point mark for her career. She was named as an all-star at the Spring 2009 PA/MD Shootout.
2010: Alyssa Thomas
She was named the Gatorade National Player of the Year who went to Maryland on a D-1 scholarship and was named ACC Rookie of the Year in her first year after playing in our Senior All-Star game. She scored 29 for Pennsylvania in their win over New Jersey in the All-Star Game. The 29 point effort was a new record for the Girl's All-Star Game.
2004: Chris Franklin
He made a guest appearance at the Shootout to help choose the "Top 40." -He is is known as "Mr. Handles" to the many Globetrotter fans across the world. He is a graduate of Lock Haven University and he played his high school basketball at Susquehanna Twp High School in Harrisburg, PA for the Elite College Exposure Shootout Director, Bill Gaffey.
Scranton Bishop Hannan
Syracuse University Assistant Basketball Coach
He scored a career-high 55 points in an 83-76 win over Trinity in the 2002 PA eastern final at Martz Hall in Pottstville.. Find all games over 50 HERE. He played in two shootouts, once as a senior and once as a sophomore.
He played in the 1995 SHOOTOUT; went on to be the leading scorer in the Spanish ACB basketball league, Europe's best – the former home of stars like Paul Gasol, Serge Ibaka, and Ricky Rubio. Pahoops worked with Andy one year in the summer, helping him prepare to play in the NBA summer league for the Los Angeles Lakers. He appeared in the NBA later with Atlanta.