Terry, Tyrell






Terry is a thin, right-handed guard that can really shoot with accuracy. He played his freshman season, weighing in at 155 lbs. He has since added some weight, up to a reported 170 lbs, now. Terry averaged 14.6 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 3.2 assists in 2019-20. He shot 40.8% from beyond the college arc, and he made 89.1% of his foul shots (that was best in the Pac-12). He had a 1.2-to-1 assist-to-turnover ratio which is very much the ratio for a SHOOTING guard, not a point guard. Defensively, he gives effort but is hampered by his lack of bulk. Stanford was 1.3 points per 100 possessions better defensively when Terry was off the floor. We believe Terry will be selected in the first round. While we see his shooting accuracy, desire, and overall skill level, we would feel much more comfortable using a second round pick on him. The question of who Terry guards in the NBA is real. He is just too thin right now. 


Good advice... In 2002, the 57th pick was Corsley Edwards. We advised, "draft Udonis Haslem."

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