Director of High School Recruiting and Development
Coach Marlon London has been a mainstay in basketball since his days as one of the top high school recruits out of Illinois. He went on to play for Kansas and DePaul. His journey continued as a professional player overseas. After his playing days Marlon developed a great passion for coaching. His dedication to the game has helped him give back and be mentor to the next generation of players. His focus is on understanding basketball IQ, hard work, and skill development.
- Marlon London enters his fourth year as associate head coach for the North Park University men's basketball program during the 2021-22 season.
- During his two year stint as a coach, London guided the 2016-2017 Flyers team that played in the Great Lakes Valley Conference championship game. London also played at Kansas University from 1998-2000 where he was named to the Big 12 All-Freshman team.
- London spent five years as an assistant boys basketball coach for St. Joseph's High School in Westchester, Ill. While coaching, London played a key role in helping the Chargers to the 2015 IHSA Class 3A State Championship and saw seven of his student-athletes receive NCAA Division I scholarships.
- With both his playing and coaching background, London has deep ties to both the Chicago and regional recruiting scene. His player development skills are evident in the student-athletes that have grown from London's tutelage.
- One of those student-athletes was Portland Trail Blazers guard/forward Evan Turner, who was drafted No. 2 overall by the Philadelphia 76ers.Following his graduation from DePaul ('03), London continued his playing career internationally with stops in Estonia, Spain and Mexico.