Terrell remains open

There aren't many stronger and more athletic guards in the country than Jared Terrell, and he remains a top target for numerous high-major schools.

Four-star forward Jared Terrell spent the year at Wolfeboro (NH) Brewster Academy, and college coaches made sure to track his progress. Coming off of an injury, Terrell had a slow start to the year, but he found his stride and continued to show why he is a good prospect.

The very athletic 6-foot-3 guard feels his game grew quite a bit during his first year at Brewster.

"I thought the year was successful," said Terrell. "We didn't accomplish everything we wanted to get, but I think I continued to get better and I played pretty well."

He continued, "I thought my game grew a lot. I became a better player and showed a higher IQ. Last year I feel I accomplished a lot, but this year I feel I accomplished more going against the best players every day."

Recruiting wise Terrell has noted scholarship offers from Providence, Rutgers, Connecticut, Kansas State, Georgia Tech, and others in the past. He says several schools were very active recruiting him during the year this year.

"Cincinnati, Miami, Texas is showing some love, St. John's, Maryland, and some others have all been talking to me," said Terrell.

One school that has been there for a while is Cincinnati. The Bearcats have been very active talking to Terrell, and he likes the school.

"They give you a lot of freedom to play and I talk to their coaches a lot and they are having a good year," said Terrell. "I like Cincinnati."

Also the Miami Hurricanes continue to show Terrell a lot of attention, and he has taken note of their big season.

"I have a lot of contact with Coach (Chris) Caputo he checks in to see how I am doing, and I have been watch them on TV this year so that is good."

At the moment Terrell doesn't have any visits set up for the spring, but he would like to take some during the summer before making a college decision around the start of his senior season.

Currently Terrell is seen as the No. 12 shooting guard and the No. 58 player overall in the class of 2014.

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