Page updated as of 4/8/2020, scouting report written by Alan Lu.
2017 rankings were finalized on 6/22/2017.
Country: USA (Dallas, TX)
Professional Team: Adelaide
Classification: Automatically Draft-Eligible
2017 Top 100 Prospect Rank: 19
Projected Draft Range: Mid to Late 1st Round
2017 NBA Draft: Round 1, Pick 21 by the Oklahoma City Thunder
Great shooter from all over the floor
Excels at scoring on the move
Fairly good playmaker
Moves well off the ball on offense
Adequate defensive player
Smart player that has a good feel for the game
May have significant upside
Lacks an elite first step off the dribble
Can struggle to score in traffic
Can be a streaky shooter
Needs to improve his free throw shooting
Does not draw many free throws
Needs to improve his rebounding
Does not collect many steals or blocks
Must get stronger
Ferguson is a tall, skilled swingman that has plenty of athletic tools. Certainly, Arizona Wildcat fans would have liked to see him suit up alongside Markkanen this season, but he opted for a change of scenery by taking his talents to play in Australia’s top professional league instead. Regardless, Ferguson has the skills to succeed at any level.
But Ferguson may be more than just a shooter. He can use off-ball movement to garner buckets, he also is a solid facilitator, and he is also a smart basketball player. He may need to improve defensively, but Terrance Ferguson may have the skills to end up being a solid role player in the NBA.
USAB Article of the 2016 Nike Hoops Summit
YouTube Video of Adelaide and Sydney playing in an NBL Game
4/9/16 USA vs. the World at the 2016 Nike Hoops Summit
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