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Personal: Averaged 16.8 points, 4.1 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game • Shot 84.5 percent from the free throw line • Two-time All-Northwest selection • Scored a season-high 27 points on two occasions as a senior • Most Valuable Player of the 2002 4-A state championship game, which was played at the Smith Center • Led Reynolds to three straight conference championships • Participated in the Kentucky Derby All-Star Festival and Pittsburgh Hoops Classic • Coached by Howard West • Honor roll student • Teammate with former UNC teammate Justin Bohlander • Born Reyshawn Antonio Terry on April 7, 1984 • Son of Barbara A. Terry and James A. Johnson • Has six brothers and sisters.
Strengths: Terry has close to ideal physical attributes and athleticism for a small forward. He is a very good spot-up shooter from outside, and also improved on some of his questionable body control mechanics in preparing for the draft. Terry can put the ball on the floor for one or two dribbles and finish at the rim. He has all the tools to be a very good perimeter defender.
Weaknesses: Terry lacks assertiveness on the offensive end and doesn't always play to his potential. He also isn't the greatest ballhandler, and isn't someone who will consistently create his own shot. Terry hasn't shown consistency from NBA 3-point range. Defensively, he needs to play with more effort on the perimeter, consistently trying to lock down his man.
Outlook: Terry projects as an early second rounder in the draft, and could contribute fairly early if he goes to a weaker team. If he works on his ball-handling and becomes more assertive in trying to get the ball, he could be a very good bench scorer relatively soon.
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