This edition of the NCAA Basketball notebook will look at the upcoming official visits that 2020 prospects Jalen Terry and Kadary Richmond will take as well as Bradley Ezewiro pending decision (Oct. 26).
NCAA Basketball top-20 class of 2020 point guard Jalen Terry will take an official college visit to LSU on Friday. According to 247Sports Evan Daniels, the 5-11 lead guard was in the process of making plans to visit Louisville after picking up an offer from the Cardinals on Oct. 22. The former Michigan State commit also is slated to take an official visit to Iowa State on Nov. 9.
Terry has a slight frame — weighing 160 pounds — but he is swift and fast. He possesses excellent handles and is a good distributor, although the Flint (MI) native can be careless with the ball at times. Terry is also capable of knocking down mid-range and 3-point shots, but shooting is an area that he needs to continue to improve.
The Mount Morris Beecher high school product is a consensus four-star recruit who is ranked among the top-75 players in the class overall. He is ranked No. 55 and No. 56 in the class by 247Sports and 247Sports Composite, respectively. Terry is also ranked No. 48 by Rivals while ESPN has him at No, 73 in their rankings.
Oregon, along with DePaul, Missouri, TCU, Ole Miss, Florida State, Maryland, Pittsburgh, Michigan, California, Iowa State, Butler, Iowa, and Providence are the other schools that have expressed interest in Terry.
Prediction: It is kind of hard to make any legitimate guess where Terry will land given it is so early in the process. However, I would say that LSU, Michigan, Louisville, Iowa State, and Oregon currently have an edge.