Not too many players in the class of 2017 bring more of a high motor style of play to the court than wing Terrence Lewis. The Milwaukee native showed his athleticism and high motor at the NY2LA Futures Camp, and continues to make improvements to his game.
“I have been working on getting my shot right, getting my footwork better, and just getting that ready for the season,” explained Lewis. “It is just a matter of working with my coaches and my dad to improve that aspect of my game.”
On the recruiting trail numerous high-major schools have been paying particular attention to Lewis.
“This year I have been talking to Purdue, Georgia, Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin, and a few other schools,” noted Lewis.
At this point Lewis hasn’t had a chance to see many college campuses yet, but he hopes to make some visits in the not too distant future.
“After the season I am going to take a few visits,” said Lewis. “I know I want to see Oregon, Purdue, Michigan, and Minnesota.”
About Oregon, Lewis said, “Oregon is a fast team and I like getting up and down. I think that suits my style of play, and that is the type of game I play.”
In terms of Purdue, Lewis said, “Academics is huge for me. Purdue focuses on academics instead of basketball, so that is one school I definitely want to see.”
At the moment Lewis says he is in no hurry to make a decision, and wants to focus on improving as a player and seeing which schools really want him before making any kind of decision or focusing on issuing a commitment.