At 17 years old, Callan became the youngest player ever to represent Team Scotland at Basketball at a Commonwealth Games when he took to the court at Gold Coast 2018. Callan would go on to help Team Scotland reach the bronze medal match finishing 4th overall. Vice captain of Scotland U18 for the 2016-17 season, he made his senior debut in June 2017 at the age of 16, the second youngest player in history to play for the Scotland Senior men’s team.
Callan has also played for Great Britain U18, competing at the 2017 Euro Cup Qualifiers in Hungary. He won the 2018 National Shield with club team Myerscough Basketball.
- Date of Birth 11/11/2000
- Birth Place Paisley
- Hometown Kilmacolm
- Lives Kilmacolm
- Coach Troy Culley
- Club Myerscough Basketball Academy
- Commonwealth Games Representation 2018
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Sport of any kind / Basketball: college level & NBA / Action, Adventure & Comedy film &TV series
I listen to...
Pretty much everything but mainly rap
Andy Murray / LeBron James
Dream holiday destination
Dream job as a child
Either an athlete or the next Buzz Lightyear