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Terrence RossWashington - Sophomore (Born 1991)Shooting Guard/Small Forward6'7" 197lbsThe Good:- NBA athleticism- very good defender- good three-point shooter- great rebounder for his position- very good jump shooter- can create his own shot off the dribble- his game greatly improved from his freshman to sophomore years
The Bad:- a year older than other sophomores- needs to get stronger- needs to improve his ball handling- horrible at drawing fouls- only was a "star" collegiate player one year (only average 17 minutes/game as a freshman)NBA Comparison: Jason Richardson, Eddie JonesThe Skinny:While Terrence Ross needs to get stronger and improve his ball handling, his shooting ability and defensive acumen should make him a real solid pro.For more NBA draft player profiles, visit our 2012 NBA Draft Consensus Mock Draft
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Pro Basketball Draft.com is reporting that the Cavaliers are bringing in Terrence Ross for a last minute workout. The 6’7″ wing played for the Washington Huskies and is expected to be drafted in the 11-17 range. The Cavaliers have reportedly been talking trade with anyone who will listen in an attempt to move back into the lottery.
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Terrence Ross scouting report, SG Washington
Cole’s Take: Terrence Ross is the flavor of the week in his ascent up teams’ draft boards, and it’s not hard to see why. At 6’7 with tremendous athleticism Ross has the prototypical physique of an NBA two guard. If he adds muscle he’ll be a carbon cut-out physically of everything you want from the position. What really...
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