Rodney Crawford

Do you remember Rodney Crawford? Rodney Crawford graduated in 1997 and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2021.

Rodney Crawford participated in the following sports:



Rodney was a tough, hard-nosed, well rounded basketball forward and four-year starter at Withrow. As a freshman he started on a team that finished runner-up in the state tournament. The team finished 25-1, and Rodney had the best field goal percentage on the team. He was a three-time all-conference selection and conference player of the year his senior year. An All-City performer, he was a three-time MVP and finished his career with over 1,200 points and 500 rebounds. He was one of the winningest players in Withrow’s history. Upon graduation Rodney enrolled at Mountain State University; he transferred to the University of Cincinnati where he played for coach Bob Huggins. After college he became the head coach at Harmony Community School and then the head coach at Mountain State University. After Mountain State he moved on to assistant coach at Duquesne, assistant coach at Eastern Kentucky University and assistant coach at Fordham. Currently he is Director of Player Personnel at the University of Cincinnati.