J.T. Terrell
J.T.  Terrell


Burlington, N.C.

High School:
West Charlotte HS

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 175




J.T. Terrell

Terrell's 2010-11 Video Highlights
Terrell's Career Stats Get Acrobat Reader

Withdrew from Wake Forest University in September of 2011 ... Turned in a successful season in his only year at Wake Forest, finishing second on the team in scoring and in assists ... Proved to be one of the biggest impact rookies in the ACC ... Ultra-quick shooting guard who can score in bunches ... Able to finish at the rim with either hand ... Can spot up for a three or score off the dribble ... Possesses a deep shooting range ... First Burlington native to play for the Deacons since Daryl Cheeley in 1989.

J.T. Terrell

2010-11 (Freshman)
Played in all 32 games with 18 starts ... Averaged 24.0 minutes per game to rank fifth on the squad ... Team's second-leading scorer with 11.1 points per game ... Ranked second on the team in assists (51) and fourth in steals (21) ... Shot 35.7 percent (50-of-140) from beyond the arc and 76.5 percent (78-of-102) from the free throw line ... His 50 3-point field goals were the fourth-most ever for a Wake Forest freshman ... Ranked fifth among ACC freshmen in scoring ... Scored in double figures in 16 games, including three performances of 20+ points ... His 32 points vs. Iowa were the most for an ACC freshman in 2010-11 ... His seven 3-pointers against the Hawkeyes tied the school's freshman record and were the most for a Deacon rookie since 1998 ... Drilled the game-winning 3-pointer from 25 feet with two seconds left vs. Iowa ... Broke the school record for points by a freshman in a season opener with 26 vs. Stetson ... Had a big game at Xavier, scoring 24 of his 27 points in the second half and going 6-for-10 from 3-point range ... Led the team in scoring six times and led in assists four times ... Combined with Travis McKie to become the first pair of Deacon freshmen to rank 1-2 on the team in scoring since James Johnson and Jeff Teague in 2007-08.

2010-11 Game-by-Game
Made a splashy collegiate debut vs. Stetson (Nov. 12) with 26 points on 8-of-17 shooting, including a 4-for-9 mark from 3-point range ... Broke the school record for points by a freshman in a season opener ... Turned in 8 points and 2 steals vs. Hampton (Nov. 15) ... Scored 14 points and dished out 3 assists vs. VCU (Nov. 16) ... Tallied 7 points and 2 assists against his hometown team Elon (Nov. 20) ... Had 5 points and 3 assists vs. Winthrop (Nov. 22) ... Led the team with 16 points to go along with 4 assists and 3 steals vs. Marist (Nov. 23) ... Scored a game-high 32 points vs. Iowa (Nov. 30), including the game-winning 3-pointer with 2 seconds left ... Shot an impressive 7-for-11 from 3-point range vs. the Hawkeyes ... Scored 6 points and grabbed 4 rebounds off the bench vs. Holy Cross (Dec. 4.) ... Scored 2 points in 13 minutes of action against UNC Wilmington (Dec. 12) ... Shot 6-of-13 and scored 14 points off the bench against UNC Greensboro (Dec. 15) ... Exploded for 24 of his game-high 27 points in the second half at Xavier (Dec. 18) ... Connected on 6-of-10 3-pointers against the Musketeers ... Grabbed 4 rebounds, including 2 offensive rebounds, and scored 11 points vs. Presbyterian (Dec. 21) ... Hauled in an impressive 6 rebounds from the backcourt and scored 10 points at Richmond (Dec. 29) ... Poured in 14 points and was 7-for-7 from the free throw line vs. Gonzaga (Jan. 2) ... Led the Deacons with 18 points off the bench and also had 4 rebounds and 3 assists vs. High Point (Jan. 5) ... Scored 8 points and was 4-for-5 from the free throw line at NC State (Jan. 8) ... Turned in an 8-point, 2-steal performance vs. Maryland (Jan. 12) ... Connected on 3-of-6 3-point attempts, scored 13 points and dished out 3 assists at Virginia Tech (Jan. 15) ... Scored all 3 of his points from the free throw line at Georgia Tech (Jan. 19) ... Hit back-to-back layups in the second half to score 4 points vs. Duke (Jan. 22) ... Was efficient from the floor, scoring 11 points on 4-of-7 shooting and 3-of-6 from beyond the arc vs. Virginia (Jan. 29) ... Scored 7 points off the bench in just 14 minutes of action at Florida State (Feb. 1) ... Played 11 minutes and scored 7 points on 2-of-5 shooting (Feb. 5) ... Scored 10 points and dished out 4 assists vs. Miami (Feb. 9) ... Had his would-be game-winning 3-pointer rim out at the buzzer ... Scored 7 points vs. NC State (Feb. 13) ... Led the team with 18 points on 6-of-10 shooting at North Carolina (Feb. 15) ... Went 4-for-8 from beyond the arc vs. UNC ... Scored 12 points and dished out 3 assists vs. Florida State (Feb. 19) ... Had 7 points, 2 steals and an assist vs. Virginia Tech (Feb. 22) ... Scored 9 points at Clemson (Feb. 26) ... Had 4 points and 2 assists vs. Georgia Tech (Mar. 3) ... Finished with 3 points and 2 rebounds at Boston College (Mar. 6) ... Scored 15 points on 5-of-12 shooting to go along with 4 rebounds vs. Boston College in the ACC Tournament (Mar. 10).

High School
Ranked by ESPN as the No. 14 shooting guard and No. 49 overall prospect ... Ranked by ESPN as the fifth-best recruit in the state of North Carolina ... Rated by Rivals as the No. 11 shooting guard and No. 53 overall prospect ... Listed by Scout as the No. 15 shooting guard and No. 65 overall prospect ... Listed as a four-star recruit by both Rivals and Scout ... Part of a 2010 Wake Forest recruiting class that was ranked No. 8 in the country according to ESPN ... A 2010 graduate of West Charlotte High School in Charlotte, N.C. ... Played under coach Baronton Terry at West Charlotte ... Played his first three prep seasons at Cummings High School in Burlington, N.C. ... Played under coach George Robinson at Cummings ... Transferred to West Charlotte High prior to his senior year ... 2010 McDonald's All-America nominee ... Two-time first team Associated Press all-state honoree in 2009 and 2010 ... As a senior, led West Charlotte to a 22-10 record and the 4A Regional Finals before falling to eventual state champion Lake Norman ... As a junior at Cummings, averaged 31 points and six rebounds per game to lead the Cavaliers to a 21-7 record and a conference championship ... Cummings fell in the 2A regional semifinals ... Named the Burlington Times-News 2008-09 All-Region Player of the Year, as well as the Mid-State 2A Conference Player of the Year ... Named the Times-News All-Region Co-Player of the Year and the Mid-State 2A Conference Player of the Year as a sophomore in 2007-08 ... Averaged 25 points, five rebounds and three assists, leading Cummings to a 17-8 record ... Helped Cummings to the 2A state title as a freshman in 2006-07 ... Defeated Starmount High for the state championship in the Smith Center in Chapel Hill ... Played AAU ball for D-One Sports ... AAU teammate of Washington Wizards guard John Wall.

Given name is James Thomas Terrell IV ... Son of Antia Curry and James Terrell III ... Father lettered two seasons at UNC Charlotte from 1991-92 ... Born November 24, 1991 ... Has three brothers (Demarice; Jaylon; Jaydon) and two sisters (Angelica; Jayla) ... Is the second-oldest among his siblings ... Committed verbally to Wake Forest in July of 2008 ... Chose the Deacons over offers from Charlotte, Miami and Virginia ... Wore No. 20 in high school ... Last name is pronounced "tuh-RELL".

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