Riley Norris
Riley  Norris


Albertville, Ala.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-7 / 203




Five Score in Double Figures to Push Men's Basketball Past Missouri, 80-71

The Crimson Tide used a pair of double-digit runs to put the game out of reach


Men's Basketball Outlasts Mississippi State, 82-80, in Overtime

Four Crimson Tide players score in double figures to lead balanced attack in road victory


Men's Basketball Completes Comeback Against Tennessee, 63-57

Crimson Tide outscored Volunteers, 30-9, over final 13:28 to snap three-game losing streak


Alabama Men's Basketball Stuns No. 15/19 South Carolina, 73-50

Tide rides Riley Norris' record-tying performance to Avery Johnson's first SEC win


Men's Basketball Outlasts Jacksonville State in Overtime, 67-59

Crimson Tide uses 10-0 run in extra frame for the victory over the Gamecocks


Behind the Scenes Shoot with Men's Basketball

Behind the Scenes Shoot with Men's Basketball

2014-15 (Freshman)

A member of the SEC First Year Academic Honor Roll ... named team’s Most Outstanding Freshman … played in all 34 games while starting eight including all postseason games … finished fourth on the team in three-point percentage, shooting .338 on 25-of-74 shots from behind the arc … tied for fourth on the team with 21 steals … recorded his first double-double at LSU (2/7) with a dozen in both points and rebounds … started against Vanderbilt (2/28) and led the team with 10 rebounds in a career-high 34 minutes … earned the start against Stillman (12/19) and put up 13 points and seven rebounds … scored a career-best 14 points against Georgia (2/21) while making a career-high three three-pointers … scored 10 points in his Alabama debut against Towson (11/14) … led UA in rebounding six times on the year and scored in double digits five times.


Played under head coach Patrick Harding at Albertville High School … ranked No. 3 on AL.com’s A-list of top seniors in the state of Alabama … named the Alabama All-Star’s MVP at the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star game with 16 points and nine rebounds … a five-time all-state honoree … averaged 21 points and 12 rebounds as a senior … finished his high school career with 3,087 total points and 1,796 rebounds … finished career ranked eighth in total points in the history of boys basketball in the state of Alabama … also finished second among all boys basketball players in the state’s history in rebounding, behind former Crimson Tide standout Richard Hendrix (1,820)… entered his senior year at No. 3 on AL.com’s list of the state’s 10 best senior prospects ... played under head coach Patrick Harding at Albertville High School … during his junior season, averaged 22.4 points, 12.0 rebounds and 2.2 assists on his way to first-team all-state honors … was also selected to the Huntsville Times’ Elite First Team, which encompasses the best players from all divisions in the state of Alabama … a four-star recruit by ESPN.com, 247Sports, Scout.com and Rivals.com and is rated as a top 100 prospect by all four outlets.


Born Nov. 3, 1994 in Gadsden, Ala. … son of Eddy and Gina Norris … has a brother, Drew, and two sisters, Haley and Jordan … father played college basketball at the University of Montevallo … majoring in marketing.