Five-star prospect Terrence Jennings is settling into his new school Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame Prep and focusing on his academics. The 6-foot-10, 225-pound power forward also has a revamped school list.
The biggest news is that Maryland, the school Jennings was once committed to, is no longer on his list, and he will not make the previously scheduled visit to Maryland for this coming weekend.
Right now his list includes Kentucky, Virginia, West Virginia and Connecticut, but a decision might not happen before the November signing period.
"I'm just focused on school and getting my academics where they need to be," said Jennings. "I'm not worrying about colleges right now. They are talking to my dad, who is now handling my recruitment. Some schools are supposed to come up here soon, but I don't have any visits planned. Academics are my focus, and I might not be ready to make a decision until later."
Notre Dame Prep assistant coach Josh Daeche noted that Jennings' transition to his new school has been a smooth one.
"Terrence is a great kid," said Daeche. "He's been very kind to the day students here and has interacted very well with the team. He's getting along well with everyone."
Jennings, who is originally from Sacramento, Calif., is the No. 15 ranked prospect in the Rivals150.
Terrence Jennings scouting report:
A top notch athlete, Jennings runs the floor extremely well for a post player. He is also a strong offensive rebounder and shot blocker on the defensive end. His offensive game is not just limited to around the rim as he is developing a face up game as well. Gaining more strength and defensive rebounding are areas that need to improve, but there is no denying Jennings' tremendous upside.