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Posted On: 07/21/18 12:06 AM
Jordan High School has one of the most exciting groups in 5A this upcoming season, assuming that everything goes to play. One of those key pieces that makes them a state championship contender at that level is 6’7 SF/PF 2019 Terryn Mosley.
Mosley plays with the Salt Lake Rebels during the club season. He is an intriguing prospect due to his length and athleticism. With Mosley, Jordan figures to have 3 prospects who are 6’7 or taller and very skilled. With these prospects playing their roles, this year could be one of the most special for Jordan.
While Mosley is one of the most intriguing prospects in the class of 2019 in Utah, he does not have any offers at this point. As far as interest is concerned, he listed Cal State Stanislaus. Further, he noted that he was invited to the elite camp for Washington State.
Like most high school prospects, Mosley’s goal is to play NCAA Division-I basketball. His goal is to get an “[NCAA] D1 scholarship.” He also stated that while that is his goal, he would be “very happy with any school that showed interest or offered.”
He is not sure as to what he will major in as of now. Further, he claims that he is currently at a 2.8 cumulative GPA and plans to retake the ACT.
While his recruiting has not taken off, he has a GPA that will enable most schools to recruit him. Further, he is a good athlete who has improved considerably from last year until now.
Mosley has the upside and looks the part which aids him in his recruitment. His uncoachables immediately draw the attention of the coaches in the gym.
However, by his own admission, he needs to improve his ability to shoot the basketball consistently. Further, like a lot of prospects, he noted that he needs to improve as a leader and learn how to pick his spots in terms of being attacking the rim.
With that said, due to his athleticism and work athletic, he changes the game when he is in. He is capable of being an elite defender and a quality rebounder. Further, as he continues to improve, he is potentially able to play 2-5.
As it currently stands, Mosley’s best fit is at a JUCO, NAIA D1, or NCAA D2. With that said, he has a high ceiling and has a number of assets that cannot be taught. If his skill set improves, he could earn himself a chance to play at a higher level.
Mosley is more than worth keeping an eye one. His ceiling is extremely high.