After a busy and successful spring period, class of 2010 guard J.T. Terrell is ready for the summer evaluation season. The 6-foot-3 guard from Cummings High School in Burlington, N.C. hopes to continue to build on the success he's had so far.
Terrell was one of the top rising juniors at last weekend's Pangos All-American camp and he showed off his perimeter scoring touch, which happens to be the strongest part of his game. The camp was the close to a strong spring period, he said.
"I think I got a lot accomplished, more than I thought I would at this point in my career. Everything recruiting-wise is going well and it's a matter of working hard and getting better. I can big differences from this year to last year at this same time," Terrell said. "I'm a little more mature, my basketball IQ is better and as a team we are fitting together better than ever. Everything feels a lot more comfortable."
Terrell said the byproduct of a good spring is a busy and heated recruitment.
"I've got a lot of big time schools looking at me kind of early that I never thought would be happening," Terrell said.
Wake Forest, Virginia, Miami and UNC Charlotte have offered a scholarship already, he said. The future Rivals150 prospect said "most of the other ACC schools" are also in the mix.
While there isn't a favorite school up to this point, Terrell admitted to thinking about the recruiting process more than ever lately.
"I have been doing some thinking about it all but I'm not ready to think about where I'm going to go or who I want to play for," Terrell said. "I know I have to just keep playing hard and keep playing well and not worry about all of the schools. I have to just keep playing."
Terrell will participate in the NBA Players Association camp later this month.