Considered one of the top 3 juniors in Wisconsin (alongside Michigan-commit Jordan Poole and Wisconsin-commit Kobe King), formerly under-the-radar 6’6 wing Terrence Lewis (Milwaukee Riverside HS) might have the most intriguing upside. He’s known to nail corner jumpers as well as finish at the rim.
A long, athletic player, Lewis is a stingy defender, gathering rebounds and blocking shots. As of this week (Jan 30, 2016), Lewis is averaging 23.6 points and 9.6 rebounds per game for the season.
At the moment, Lewis holds D1 offers from Auburn, Bradley, Illinois-Chicago, Milwaukee and Toledo, and we expect the list to grow!
We caught up with Lewis for 2 games at the 11th annual Rick Majerus Wisconsin Basketball Yearbook Shootout at Concordia University in Mequon, WI which featured the top teams as well as the top players across the board from the state of Wisconsin.
The first day, Terrence finished with 22 points in Milwaukee Riverside’s 67-49 victory over Homestead HS. The next day (also in the video), Lewis scored 30 points (six 3s) in an 89-55 win over De Pere, also from Wisconsin.
Check out this raw footage from Terrence in action at the Rick Majerus WBY Shootout at Concordia University (Mequon, WI)
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And thanks Mark Miller and everyone at the Rick Majerus WBY Shootout at Concordia University (Mequon, WI)