Coaching Experience: Rodrick Harrison is currently the head coach at Mount Zion Prep School located in Baltimore, Maryland. From 2009-2012, he was an assistant coach at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School located in Baltimore, Maryland where he helped lead the team to 3 State Championships from 2009-2012. During the summer of 2011, Harrison also coached Under Armour’s Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) team, the B’More Panthers, in which several players received Division I scholarships to schools such as Loyola University and University of Nevada Las Vegas. Prior to that, he served as a head coach from 2007-2009 at the Cardinal Sheehan School in Baltimore. His teams placed 2nd in the league for two years for the Catholic Middle Schools of Maryland. As an energetic and intense coach he develops guards and scouts other teams in preparation for games. In his experience as a coach, Harrison has forged many great relationships with collegiate basketball programs around the country.
Player Experience: Rodrick Harrison was the starting guard for University of Maryland Baltimore County from 1996 to 1999. During the1998-1999 season Harrison was named MVP of the team. Harrison was a member of the 1998-1999 team that achieved the most consecutive wins in the North East Conference, as well as winning a conference championship in 1999. From 1995-1996, Harrison played at Catonsville Community College, where he was ranked #4 in Junior College (JUCO) Division II. While playing at Catonsville, he made the 2nd team All-Region JUCO team as a freshmen averaging 20 points a game, 5 assists, and shooting just over 45 percent from 3 point range. As a high school student, Harrison attended Paul Laurence Dunbar High School from 1991-1995. During this time, he averaged 12 points, 7 assists, 4 steals, and 4 rebounds a game, and played on three teams that were ranked top 10 in the nation. He also won 3 State Championships, and finished his senior year with his team being ranked No. 7 in the country by USA Today.