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Jerrod Mustaf was a teen basketball prodigy at DeMatha Catholic High School where he was a 3-time All-American, Maryland State Player of the Year and Washington DCs Mr. Basketball. Jerrod earned a scholarship to the University of Maryland where he was an All ACC selection prior to being a NBA first round draft pick of the New York Knicks in 1990. Jerrod later played in the NBA Finals with the Phoenix Suns and won two championships while playing in Europe. After retiring from basketball, Mr. Mustaf founded the Street Basketball Association LLC and he continues to serve as the CEO/President. He is the former Sports Ambassador for the Republic of The Gambia where he was officially appointed the rank of Officer of the National Order. From 2014-2017, Jerrod was a NBA Africa writer for SuperSport media. Along with his work as the executive director of his youth development organization, Take Charge Juvenile Diversion Program, Inc, he is the founder and head coach of the Take Charge Pride AAU team. His teams have been nationally ranked in the past several years. Mr. Mustaf has won numerous awards, including the Washington Wizards Community Assist Award, NAACP Presidents Award, Martin Luther King Jr. Service Award, as well as being named the Top 100 Most Influential Marylanders. He performs admirably in the sports community as a member of the NBA Retired Players Association and the University of Marylands M Club.