Thread: JT Terrell
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Old 06-23-2012, 09:39 PM   #15
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Default Re: JT Terrell

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Originally Posted by Dr. Hoopenstein
He played in the NWAACC http://www.nwaacc.org/basketball/mens_standings.php last season for Peninsula College.

He was the 2nd best player in the NWAACC behind Tacoma CC's Mark McLaughlin (University of Washington signee) in my mind.

Here are the NWAACC season individual player stat leaders for 2011-12: http://nwaacc.org/basketball/stat.ph...ll&season=2011

He is a legit NBA prospect who can create his own shot off of the bounce plus has NBA 3pt range & NBA athleticism.

Smart player.

JT should do well in the Pac 12 at USC he just needs to keep on getting better and working on his pg skills which he will need to be successful in the NBA.

Btw- the NWAACC isn't a weak league and has sent at least 6 players to DI's (UWashington, Oregon, USC, 2 at Seattle U, Southern U in Louisiana) so far & JT's teammate DFreeman is a DI player yet to sign so far this off season and far more players to DIIs/DIIIs and NAIAs colleges on basketball scholarships and/or financial aid agreements with many more talented NWAACC players still unsigned for next season.

Western Washington U (2012 DII basketball champs) have signed at least 2 NWAACC players this offseason and their roster is full of ex NWAACC players.

Mark McLaughlin was rated as the best JUCO player (& had the highest scoring average per game for ALL JUCO players) from 2012 & JT was 2nd Nationwide- point blank.

As well JT is down with Seattle's Tony Wroten Jr and his LOE crew http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRJBJ7TF9Fc .


the NWAACC is not a good league. I played in it as well as my brothers and many many friends. Every generation of players i know that played in the NWAACC got smashed whenever they traveled out of state for tournaments.
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