CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA -- Reyshawn Terry, a 6-7, 200-pound forward from R.J. Reynolds High School in North Carolina, showed he has the perimeter skills to be a three man on the college level. Terry played this past weekend for the Kappa Magic AAU program at the Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions event.
"I am interested in Connecticut, North Carolina, North Carolina State, and Tennessee," Terry told us. "I probably will visit Connecticut in June."
Terry also has expressed previous interest in Wake Forest and Maryland. It's likely Maryland will focus on players like Mike Jones and Sean Banks before trying to make a serious run at Terry, according to our sources.
"I am trying to work on my defense this summer," Terry told us. "I also want to work on my first step. I am also still open in my recruiting."
If Terry manages to make an effective improvement in his ability to get to the basket, he will have many more majors evaluating him seriously. Terry did show us he has a nice touch from the outside but more coaches will want to see how Reyshawn handles himself when he takes his dribble to the basket.