Glasgow Rocks last night revealed they have picked up their third import signing in explosive wing Jordan Harris, who has joined the club on a one-year deal ahead of the 2021-22 season.
The 6’4″ 23-year-old signed his first professional contract with Rocks after four successful seasons playing in the NCAA with the University of Georgia.
In his senior season, he achieved 7.1 points per game, four rebounds per game and one assists per game, playing behind future first pick and NBA star Anthony Edwards.
“Jordan is exactly the type of versatile shooting guard I was looking for,” said Head Coach Gareth Murray.
“He can put the ball on the floor and create for himself and others, has speed and athleticism in abundance and will be a very good player in this league.
“I’m looking for him to play at both ends of the court he will be up against some very talented players at the two position.
“He’s a team first guy that is willing to put in the hard work and extra effort to make the team better.”
Jordan is the fifth signing of the season after player-coach Murray also re-signed Boban Jacdonmi, Fraser Malcolm and Americans Jaycee Hillsman and Jordan Johnson.