Scott Shillingburg, a 2000 graduate of Harman School, ranks as one of the all-time leading scorers in West Virginia High School basketball.
With 2,128 career points, he was a first team All-State selection as a sophomore, junior and senior.
As a sophomore, he ranked fifth in the state in scoring with 26.3 points per game.
Scott Shillingburg will be inducted the Randolph County Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday.
During his junior year, he hit the 1,000-point mark, averaging 31.6 points, which was third best in the state.
Shillingburg averaged 33.2 points per game as a senior, second best in the state, while leading the state with 16.14 rebounds per contest.
He was named the AP Player of the Week his senior season for a quadruple double - 37 points, 21 rebounds, 10 blocked shots and 10 assists.
Coached by Angie Senic, he was named to the first team All-Potomac Valley Conference squad as a senior.
Shillingburg returned to coach at Harman from 2005-2011.
His team compiled winning records of 12-9 in 2010 and 13-7 in 2011.
He will be inducted into the Randolph County Athletic Hall of Fame at noon Saturday at the Gandy Dancer Theatre in Elkins.
Six individuals and two teams will be honored during the 27th annual event.