Long Island Guard Has Solid Year of Progress

Reporter Mike Sullivan provides a detailed look at the individual game of a hard-working and improving guard prospect from Half Hollow Hills West High School in Dix Hills, New York ...

Terry Harris, a 6-foot-5, 183-pound guard/forward from Half Hollow Hills West High School in Dix Hills, New York, is a player to watch over the next few basketball campaigns.

Terry produced several double/doubles this year showing his impact on both ends of the floor, making improvements defensively and offensively.


Harris attended the Seton Hall-Pittsburgh basketball game held in New Jersey, according to his father, Torrel, Sr. "We had a very good time," said Mr. Harris. "Terry is still open."

Terry also took an unofficial campus visit to Miami of Florida while his brother, Tyler, was playing in a game for NC State. Torrel, Sr., told us his son and the family came away impressed with the coaching staff and facilities.

Harris was also the guest of St. John's University at the Red Storm-Georgetown Big East basketball game held at Madison Square Garden.


Harris' best game came in New York City at the Joakim Noah tournament held in the borough of Queens. He ripped off 40 points in the contest and showed the ability to dominate a game with his offensive skills from many spots on the floor.

Terry is a member of the 2014 class and has a few seasons to improve physically and skill wise, making him an attractive division one prospect.


Seton Hall, Virginia Tech, Miami of Florida, Tennessee, St. John's, Rhode Island, Monmouth, Siena, Wisconsin, Gonzaga, and Washington.

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