Shawnta Rogers

Shawnta Rogers ran circles around opponents as George Washington's point guard in the late 1990s, leading the Generals to four postseason berths, including three NCAA tournaments, in his four years. Rogers closed out his career averaging nearly 21 points per game and earning Atlantic 10 player of the year honors. He's now a member of the George Washington University athletic hall of fame.

Rogers lives in Indian Land, S.C., and his son, Darnell, a 5-foot-2 high school senior, has committed to play at George Washington.