Jamestown High School has produced basketball teams for 100 years during which there have been countless players who have pulled on a Red Raider jersey.
Of that group, only seven have reached the 1,000-point career milestone.
In order, they are Maceo Wofford, Justin Johnson, David Anderson, Carlos Rivera, Mark Edstrom, Donn Johnston and Mike Maisto.
That exclusive club will likely add one more member sometime during the 2012-13 season.
Yes, junior Tommy Campion has had that kind of career.
A role player in his first two seasons on the varsity, the 5-foot-10 guard seized the opportunity in summer workouts and by the time the Red Raiders tipped off the 2011-12 campaign in December, he was ready.
"The closer we got to the season, the more I started realizing his potential was greater than what I had envisioned,'' Jamestown coach Ben Drake said.
It was good enough, in fact, to earn him Post-Journal Player-of-the-Year honors.
In leading the Red Raiders to the Erie County Interscholastic Conference Division 1 regular-season crown and a berth in the Section 6 Class AA championship game, Campion averaged 18.6 points, 3.4 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 2.1 steals per game. That all-around talent - he hurt opponents from deep, on the drive and with the pass - also earned him third-team all-Western New York, ECIC Division 1 co-Player of the Year, first-team all-ECIC and all-BCANY Class AA.
To Drake, all those honors were well-deserved.
"He really carried us throughout the season,'' the 14th-year coach said. "Tommy loves the game, he loves to play. He plays with so much passion and, just as important, he practices with that much passion as well.
"You see the same effort during the middle of the season as you do on a Thursday in the middle of July in the high school gym working on his game. He's always playing at 100 percent. He doesn't take plays off. He just plays with a lot of heart."
Drake recalled the practice late in the season when, during a shooting drill, Campion rarely missed and, in fact, hardly hit the rim.
"He's worked so hard on his game and his shot that during practice, without a defense, he shoots a really, really high percentage,'' Drake said. "He shot very consistently through a lot of hours of hard work."
For the season, Campion connected on 44.2 percent of his shots from the floor and 73.6 percent from the foul line. Deadly from the arc - he canned 48 from distance - he was just as apt to drive strong to the basket for a layup or dish off for an assist.
"He's fearless,'' Drake said. "The funny thing is we have been preaching to him that he needs to stop doing that so much. He's so darn small and it's not like he could jump over people like Maceo used to at that size but he did a nice job of mixing it up, getting to the basket and pulling up to shoot the open jumpers. He has a good repertoire."
That versatility - he was also a strong defender - served him well. Well enough, in fact, to put him atop the 2011-12 Post-Journal honor roll.
In a season full of outstanding performances, Campion made the grade.