Reyshawn TerryClick For the past couple of years, Kappa Magic AAU head coach Andre Gould has talked highly of Here to view this Link., a 6-7, 200-pound forward from R.J. Reynolds High School in North Carolina. And for good reason. Reynolds helped lead the Kappa Magic to the National AAU tournament in Lake Buena Vista, Florida this past week.
A source told us that Terry was so impressive that the Heels had to offer him. When an in state recruit performs like Terry, you take him. And the Heels did. It took a little more than 24 hours for Terry to accept, according to Gould. "He said it was his dream to play for North Carolina," Gould said. "He is very happy. I am happy for him."
During the past six months, Terry showed he has the perimeter skills to be a three man on the college level. But he has versatility. "He can score from the outside, defend and take it to the basket," Gould said.
"He is a perfect fit for North Carolina and what they want to do. He was great this summer and showed he can do several things on the court. He is going to be a great player for North Carolina."
Terry has always wanted to play for North Carolina so when the offer came, Reyshawn took a deep breath and committed. "There was no hesitation," Gould said. "He loves North Carolina. Reyshawn has really picked up his game and has improved his game. He made a great effort all summer to improve his game. And it's paid off."