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Posted On: 03/3/21 9:19 AM

February was the month of shooters in the Pittsburgh basketball scene, with several players displaying tremendous shooting abilities from both beyond the arc but also off the dribble. Here are the top five shooters from the month of February that set themselves apart with their jumpers. 

- Jake Reinke, Sr. Mt. Lebanon  

  • Reinke was a natural shooter with a high release which made it nearly impossible for defenders to contest. A great spot up shooter, Reinke had range that extended well beyond the arc, but he could also connect on jumpers that were 10 to 15 feet away. Reinke needs to expand the pull-up aspect to his game and with the high release he already possesses, he will be an even harder cover for defenders at the next level.  

- Dante DePante Dante DePante 6'2" | PG Central Catholic | 2023 State PA , Soph. Central Catholic  

  • An incredibly quick release, Depante can get his shot off nearly anywhere he wants on the floor. He has a smooth in between game, with a very quick gather into his shot that creates a fluid jumper. He doesn’t come off of screens much, but can create his shot off

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