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Rodney graduated high school as the state of Maryland’s all-time leading scorer with over 3,000 points.  He earned a scholarship to North Carolina State University, and holds several records including all-time leading scorer.  He was ACC Player of the year in 1991.  He broke David Thompson’s school scoring record at NC State, and he’s fifth on the ACC’s all-time scoring list with 2,551 career points.  In 2002 Rodney was named to the ACC 50th Anniversary men’s basketball team as one of the fifty greatest players in Atlantic Coast Conference history.  “Fire and Ice” was the popular nickname given to Monroe and backcourt teammate Chris Corchiani during their years with the Wolfpack.  In 2010, Rodney was honored as an ACC Basketball Legend.  He was drafted by the Atlanta Hawks and played professionally in Europe 14 seasons.

He has brought his knowledge of the game and desire to work with kids together to create an excellent camp that all participants will enjoy.  Join him as he brings his talent to the area.  Sign up before it’s too late!