Updated as of 8/4/2020, scouting report written by Alan Lu.
2020 Top 100 Prospects Rank: 28
Projected Draft Range: Late 1st to 2nd Round
Decent scorer off the dribble
Very good free throw shooter
Good rebounder for his size
Above average athlete
Lacks an elite first step off the dribble
Can be too scoring focused on offense
Can be careless on offense, which can lead to turnovers
Struggles to guard taller players
A bit undersized at the point
Not an elite athlete
Tyrell Terry is a smart, skilled point guard that can shoot and pass the basketball. He is a good shooter that can knock down plenty of outside shots from long-range, and he is a reliable facilitator that possesses good court vision. On the downside, he had fairly low assist totals for a player his size, and his lack of size and elite physical tools could make it tough for him to defend taller, more athletic players at the next level. Right now, he is a sound playmaker that had a solid freshman season, and Terry projects to be a potential first round prospect for the 2020 draft.
ESPN Draft Profile
Stanford vs. USC 1/18/20 Highlights from Pac-12
Stanford vs. Colorado 2/8/20 Highlights from Pac-12
Stanford vs. Washington, 1/9/20 Highlights from YouTube via Matthew Loves Ball
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