November 6, 2016
THE BIG 60 COLLEGE BASKETBALL
"Cream of the Crop" SHOWCASE
This showcase is for players
who played in a previous Big 60 Showcase and were named to either the
Prystal Scouting Report or the East Coast Index- it's a
best of the best end the year event just
before basketball season starts. It is open to the first 100 boys
who complete their application (and pay their $128.00 fee) and/or the
first 40 girls who complete their application (and pay their $128.00
Schedule for -14 teams-- (this is
for boys and girls)
Teams 1-10 are boys teams and teams 11-14 are girls teams.
There will be 100 boys and 40 girls playing! Your
spot is only guaranteed when you complete your application.
How it works-
8:00 to 8:30- Registration------------Players pick
up their numbered reversible jersey and a copy or the rosters and
This event is for individual players. We
place them on teams, ten players to a team. Every player gets
equal playing time.
We substitute every 4 minutes.
The rosters will be posted on our website
www.pahoops.org two days before the event with the schedule.
So, we encourage
players to contact college coaches (the
and invite them to watch. Since the
rosters and schedule will be posted,
the college coach knows exactly when you play.
The games are officiated by certified PIAA officials. We provide
the coaches for each team for each game.
Players will play in three games during the day. There will
be 14 teams, ten boys teams and 4 girls teams.
The games all will be nationally televised via the technology of
live streaming over the internet. Each game will feature a play by
play announcer and a color analyst. Plus, all three games
are then placed on YOUtube at no additional cost!
Find applications at
Gaffey, Director the Big 60, email
Who does our live
These people have worked before:
Lead play by play announcers-
coached at Mechanicsburg and Susqunenita
and this past summer played for the Pennsylvania Seniors Team in the
National Seniors Tournament in Minnesota.
coached at Clearfield and Cedar Cliff, played on the Elk County
Christian team that went to the State Championship Game.
Emery Cook, coached at Central Dauphin, Susquehanna Twp.
Carlisle, Bishop McDevitt, and Penn
Landolfi, jumped center for the 1967 State Champion
Altoona Bishop Guilfoyle High School
team before going to the University of
Massachussets. You might have heard of two of his teammates
at U Mass, “DR J
“Julius Erving and Rick
Chris "Handles" Franklin, the
current star of the world famous Harlem Globetrotters and one of
Coach Gaffey's players in high school.
Joe Bressi, coached at Bloomsburg
University, Lycoming College and Bishop McDevitt High School.
A member of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame.