Offers continue to roll in for Ferguson

Class of 2016 wing Terrance Ferguson is going to have his choice of national schools.

The class of 2016 is shaping up nationally to be really good, especially on the wing, and one of the best is Dallas (Tex) Prime Prep standout Terrance Ferguson. The sharp shooting guard is off to a solid start this season, and the college interest continues to heat up.

"So far it has been good," said Ferguson of his sophomore season. "We've been getting wins, we are 5-0, and we are playing pretty well."

Always known as a big time shooter, Ferguson says he has worked hard to become a more complete scorer this season.

"I have been working hard on my pump fake, one dribble pull up, and getting into the lane," said Ferguson. "Everybody is really attacking my shot because I am a shooter, so that is something I am really working on."

When it comes to recruiting, the high level interest continues to come pouring in.

"Right now I have been talking to Baylor and SMU, both have been on me really strong," noted Ferguson. "Also Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, and a lot of the local teams have been in touch."

Baylor has been there from the beginning with Ferguson, and he says the Bears have done an excellent job recruiting him.

"My mom really likes the education," said Ferguson. "I went down there three weeks ago and it was a real fun trip. I saw them play Louisiana-Lafayette and that was a good game."

SMU already has a pledge from Prime Prep standout Emmanuel Mudiay, and they are hoping to add Ferguson as well.

"It is close to home and their coaches are real cool," noted Ferguson. "I think they are going to be real good, and I know E-Man is excited to get to get there."

A school with a long standing relationship with Ferguson is Oklahoma State. The family connections to the Big XII are significant.

"My mom went there, my dad did as well, most of my family went there," said Ferguson. "I am always going to have them on my list and I am real hot on them."

For now Ferguson is in no hurry to make his decision, and is focused on helping his team compete for a national title this season.

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