NorCal Clash: Terrell Talks Frayer Impact

SAN PABLO, Calif. -- What kind of impact does the commitment of Oscar Frayer have on fellow 2016 four-star Christian Terrell? He talks about that, as 2016 squad head coach Richard Midgley gives a scouting report on the potential future Bear.

SAN PABLO, Calif. -- 2016 Sacramento (Calif.) four-star Christian Terrell was surrounded by California love on Sunday at the sixth annual NorCal Clash. His head coach? None other than former Golden Bears guard Richard Midgley. Sitting next to him on the bench, wearing a blue and gold walking bear sweatshirt? 2016 Cal commit Oscar Frayer.

“I thought he played really well,” Midgley said of Terrell, who scoured 15 points on 7-of-15 shooting and 1-for-3 from three-point land. “He’s very athletic, and he finished with 15 today. He can play the point and the shooting guard, so he’s very versatile and very athletic. I thought he had a good game today.”

Terrell added a team-high nine rebounds and two assists in his 29:21 on the floor, and spoke with BearTerritory after the game about his coach’s alma mater, and the impact of Frayer’s commitment.

“It’s a big impact,” Terrell said. “Playing with Oscar would be a really good thing for me. He’s a great player, and I’d love to play with him. I’d probably look forward to the future, if I could. That’s a good pickup for Cal, and if I was added on, it’d be a deadly combination.”

Cal isn’t the only school in hot pursuit of Terrell. San Jose State, UCLA, Washington and UC-Irvine are in the mix, as well. Terrell said he wants to take visits to Washington, Gonzaga, UCLA and USC.

Tulsa has been talking Terrell up the most, lately, but, he said, he talks to Bears assistant coach Yanni Hufnagel “all the time.” Top Stories