FORT WAYNE FIVE: Career Fort Wayne boys prep hoops scoring leaders

3,018 - Deshaun Thomas of Bishop Luers. Thomas graduated from Luers in 2010 and went on to play at Ohio State before being drafted by the San Antonio Spurs. Though he has never played a regular season NBA game, he has thrived in Europe including signing in 2017 with Maccabi Tel Aviv
2,042 - Bryson Scott of Northrop. A 2013 graduate from the Bruins, Scott went on to play at Purdue before transferring to Fort Wayne. He has spent his senior season of 2017-2018 as one of the top 10 ten players in the country in shots made.
1,823 - James Hardy of Elmhurst. Following his time at Elmhurst, Hardy played basketball and football at Indiana University before cutting down to just football where he was drafted 41st overall in the 2008 NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills.
1,759 - Eshaunte Jones of North Side. Known well as "Bear," Jones graduated from North Side in 2007 and went on to play at Nebraska and Northern Kentucky. After playing briefly for Club Atlético Peñarol in Argentina, he transitioned to coaching.
1,697 - Willie Long of South Side. After leading the Archers to the state's final four in his senior year of 1967, Long played at New Mexico and held the school's scoring record for 17 years. He went on to play three years in the American Basketball Association (ABA) with the Miami Floridians and Denver Rockets.

Some high profile scorers have come through the city. Go through the slides above to see the top five boys high school basketball scorers in the city’s history and their point totals.