Assistant Men's Basketball Coach
In his second year as a Bulldogs Assistant Coach, Jason Harrison was a former standout player for the University of Mississippi and was the lone member of his senior class with the second most wins in school history with 86 victories.
Before joining the Bulldog family Jason coached two AAU basketball teams:17 and under Arkansas Hawks and 11 year-old Arkansas All-Stars, while working for the Arkansas Democrat Gazette as a District Sales Manager for the past three years. While in high school at Parkview Arts and Science Magnet school, Jason Harrison was a member of the All Sophomore team in 1996. He was also named Mr. Basketball of Arkansas in 1998 while earning MVP at the 1998 All-Star game, MVP of three tournaments his senior year; and played in two State Championships during his high school tenure (Champions in 1998 and runner-up in 1996).
Jason Harrison was an All SEC performer in 2000-2001, he is the second player in Ole Miss History with 1,000 points and over 400 assist (Coach Rod Barnes the other). He lettered from 1998-2002 with the record for the most games played in Ole Miss history (132), third in steals all-time (172), third in assist all-time (427), fourth all-time in free throw percentage (82%), and fourth in 3-point field goals made (163).
Jason Harrison is a Little Rock native who also played basketball for Coach Al Flanigan, Jason Flanigan's father. He graduated from the University of Mississippi with a bachelor's degree in Journalism and a minor in English.
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