2014 PF gains notoriety at summer camp

Terry Larrier, a product of Bronx (N.Y.) Our Savior Lutheran, is an emerging combo forward in the Northeast. His play in July yielded new scholarship offers and interest.

Hoop Group's Session II in early July was a great venue for getting new names from the east coast. Among the prospects to emerge at the event was 6-foot-6 combo forward Terry Larrier.

"I think it was a good summer," Larrier told Scout.com. "I got my name out there and I showed everybody that I could play."

Larrier, who runs with Team Scan on travel team circuit, shoots the ball with ease out to the three-point strip. He moves fluidly up and down the floor, is a pretty good athlete and has good touch around the basket.

"For the most part and definitely I like playing [defense]," Larrier said. "I like to guard the best player on the other team."

Larrier said the Hoop Group event helped raised his profile among college coaches.

"It's going good," he said of his college recruitment. "After the Hoop Group camp I picked up a lot of offers and got a lot exposure form that."

Currently Larrier has scholarship offers from Drexel, Siena Fordham, Iona, Towson, Sacred Heart, Dayton, Florida International, Monmouth and Robert Morris. Georgetown, Miami and St. John's have also inquired about Larrier.

"I think I still have more that I can prove next year," he said.

Larrier took an unofficial visit to Siena on Thursday. He'll also participate in Providence's elite camp on Saturday.

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