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A 6"8" small forward from Saint John"s University and Duke University, McLeod played in three National Basketball Association seasons from 1999 to 2001. He played for the Hawks and briefly for the Philadelphia 76ers. Due to this injury he had to prematurely finish his career.
McLeod played high school basketball at Saint Anthony High School in Jersey City.
Roshown at the time was a rare example of a player who transferred from one school to another. McLeod had trouble breaking into the lineup at Saint John"son
He was the first transfer accepted by Coach K. In his National Basketball Association career, McLeod played in 113 games and scored a total of 817 points. In September 2002, McLeod was named an assistant basketball coach for Fairfield University.
In August 2008, McLeod joined Tom Crean"s coaching staff at Indiana University.
McLeod was dismissed from Indiana University by Crean on March 7, 2010. Roshown replaced Dan Hurley at Saint Benedict"s Preparatory School, an independent school in Newark, New Jersey, after Hurley took the head job at Wagner College in April 2010. He resigned from Saint Benedict"s in April 2011.
In the 2001/02 season he was a member of the Boston Celtics but was permanently injured and unable to play. On November 14, 2000, as a member of the Hawks, he scored a career high 24 points versus the Orlando Magic.