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Terence Morris
School: Maryland Class: Senior
Height: 6'9" Weight: 221
Position: Small Forward Birthdate: 1/11/79
Strengths: Great athlete Good shot
Weaknesses: Did not get better as his career went along Not consistent Not assertive
Draft Outlook: Second round pick

Stats (Provided by JazzyJ )
 
                  G  MIN  FG  FGA  3P 3PA  FT FTA  REB  PF AST  TO BLK STL  PTS
97-98 Maryland   32  511  91  174  13  37  41  59  113  57  25  46  29  27  236
98-99 Maryland   34  999 195  354  27  76 104 126  242  79  56  67  77  50  521
99-00 Maryland   34 1103 200  406  35  96 102 134  293  89  80  97  71  53  537
00-01 Maryland   36  993 158  366  26  90  97 122  277  94  68  64  79  32  439
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TOTALS          136 3606 644 1300 101 299 344 441  925 319 229 274 256 162 1733
                  MIN   FG%   3P%   FT%  RPG  APG  TPG  BPG  SPG   PPG
97-98 Maryland   16.0  52.3  35.1  69.5  3.5  0.8  1.4  0.9  0.8   7.4
98-99 Maryland   29.4  55.1  35.5  82.5  7.1  1.6  2.0  2.3  1.5  15.3
99-00 Maryland   32.4  49.3  36.5  76.1  8.6  2.4  2.9  2.1  1.6  15.8
00-01 Maryland   27.6  43.2  28.9  79.5  7.7  1.9  1.8  2.2  0.9  12.2
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TOTALS           26.5  49.5  33.8  78.0  6.8  1.7  2.0  1.9  1.2  12.7

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Strengths: Morris has a versatile offensive game one that lets him go inside the paint or float out to the perimeter.... Became a much better defender this year with his timing, long arms, and wonderful vertical allow his to become a shot blocking threat ..... Plays with a lot of intelligence not a player who seems to let things bother him which speaks about his maturity ..... Can shoot the 3-point shot with relative ease although I wouldn't say he is shooter .... Very athletic runs the floor like a deer and can jump like pogo stick .... Above average rebounder thanks in part to those long arms and good jumping ability .... Has solid fundamentals such as ball handling, shooting, passing and post footwork ....Will have good height for playing the small forward position standing at 6-9... Can create for himself thanks to his dribble skills that includes a nice spin move that he often gets most defenders on... Good free throw shooter...

Weakness: Morris is a poster boy of why kids go pro early had he left after his sophomore or junior year he would go in the high to mid lottery now he looks more of a late first to early second round pick ..... Doesn't have that killer take over the game attitude often he plays passive.... Inconsistent is the one thing Morris brings some days he looks like a bona fide star other days he looks like a role player .... Could stand to use some added body strength many times he had problems with physical play ... Doesn't always shoot the ball with the best form could stand to use his legs more when shooting .... Not much of a back to the basket player so it would be in his best interest to focus more on his post up skills. ...