Posted On: 09/13/21 12:21 PM

Saturday was an exciting day in Logan, OH as the 2nd annual Route 33 Challenge took place. I was in attendance as the host as 45 prospects across Southeast and Eastern Ohio came together to compete against one another in front of over 100 college coaches virtually. Below are the top performers from the event.

Kaelan Pulliam (Sheridan)  2022 6’4

Pulliam set the tempo early on at the Challenge as he brought intensity to the floor especially on the offensive end. Pulliam has good versatility as a scorer and showed he could connect from multiple levels. His size allowed him to finish over smaller defenders on the bounce and shoot over guys when they contested his midrange shots.

Tegan Myers Tegan Myers 6'1" | SG Logan | 2022 State OH (Logan)  2022 6’1

Myers connected on multiple shots throughout the day including two games winners in round robin play. Myers was the only member of the host school in attendance but made it clear he had the confidence to shoot the ball in a variety of ways.

Kolten Miller (Western) 2022 6’1

Saturday was the first time seeing Miller play live and I really liked what I saw out of him. Found gaps on the defensive end and got by defenders

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