High School: Flemings was named first-team All-State in Class 5A by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches, and was ranked the No. 12 player in the country in the Class of 2005 by Prep Roundball. That ranking trailed only fellow OSU signee Gerald Green in the state of Texas. Bob Gibbons had him ranked as the No. 24 player nationally. Flemings led his team to the Class 5A state finals his senior season, losing to Humble Kingwood, 54-52. He scored 25 points and grabbed eight rebounds in the loss. In a 47-38 semifinal win over San Antonio Reagan, Flemings had 18 points and eight boards. He was named to the all-tournament team at the Class 5A state championship. DeSoto finished with a 37-4 record. Flemings averaged 14.6 points and 7.4 rebounds in 26 regular-season contests. He was was named the District 7-5A Most Valuable Player after leading his team to a perfect 14-0 district record. He was also all-Region I in Class 5A. He was named the tournament MVP at the DISD/Coca-Cola Invitational, scoring 26 points in a 69-66 win over Dallas Carter in the tournament final. Flemings competed in several tournaments during the summer of 2004, and was ranked as the second-best wing forward at the NBA Players Association Top 100 Camp in Richmond, Va. He led all campers in scoring at that elite event. Flemings averaged 16 points and nine rebounds per game his junior year. He was also recruited by Texas, Kansas and Oklahoma, and received interest from all the Big 12 schools.
Personal: Born Jan. 21, 1987, Roderick is the son of Kim Little. He has a younger sister, Alexus, and likes spending time with his mother and sister. Roderick enjoys playing golf, Playstation2, swimming and bowling in his spare time. He is contemplating a major in broadcasting at Oklahoma State.