SEC schools tracking Oglesby

One of the better shooters in the class of 2007, Terrence Oglesby is doing more than just scoring the ball as he is also running the point for Bradley Central High School in Cleveland, Tenn. Quite a few schools in the SEC are tracking the 6-foot-3, 187-pound combo guard.
"Ole Miss, Alabama and Florida have been to a game this year," said Bradley Central head coach Kent Smith. "Vanderbilt, Tennessee and MTSU are also showing interest."
Oglesby, who plays for the Tennessee Travelers on the AAU circuit, is averaging 20 points and 6 assists per game this year.
"Terrence is playing really well," said Smith. "He is playing the point and having to score for us. He is a great shooter and getting to the basket a lot better this year.
"He is a tremendous competitor, but his biggest weakness is maintenance of the game. Sometimes his competitiveness gets the best of him, and he doesn't make the best decisions. He needs to realize when it is winning time and passing up a shot might be the best decision."