NAME: Colin Shaw
SCHOOL: Indian Hill High School
GRADUATING YEAR: 2018
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Most school wins in basketball and football
HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6'3"-180 lbs.
RESIDENCE: Indian Hill
PARENTS: Brian & Boo Shaw
BIGGEST INFLUENCE: Parents and Coaches
FUTURE GOAL: Parents and Coaches
In basketball, Colin is entering this season as the school's all-time leading scorer with 1,240 points. He started strong this season with 19 points-12 rebounds vs. Madeira and 16 points-9 rebounds vs. Anderson.
His junior year, he averaged 18.2 points (2nd in the CHL), 7.7 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game on the way to being named 1st team all-CHL for the third time, 1st team all-city twice and 1st team SWO District. His numerous double-digit games included vs. Glen Este (27 points), Wyoming (26), Reading (25), Finneytown (25), Taylor (25) and Boone County (25).
In football, he was a wide receiver and a defensive back. This past season, he had 56 receptions for 900 yards and 13 TDs, plus had 16 solo tackles and two interceptions on defense. He earned 1st team all-CHL honors.
A super student who is involved in community service, he also plays in Indian Hill's concert band.
His favorite athletes are Tom Brady and Paul Pierce, favorite entertainer is Kevin Hart, favorite books are My Personal Best and the Bible, favorite movies are The Godfather and Hoosiers and most-like-to-meet are Brad Stevens and Babe Ruth.
COACH'S QUOTE – "In my experience as a coach, Colin Shaw is one of the hardest working, humble athletes I have ever met. He is a great individual and teammate."
— Tim Burch, Basketball Coach
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