The 2020 NBA Draft process feels as if it’s heating up as the NBA Scouting Combine approaches. There may not be a prospect whose stock is rising faster right now than former Stanford standout Tyrell Terry.
After weighing in around 174 pounds instead of the 155 pounds he weighed at Stanford, Terry has done a lot to mitigate the greatest concern surrounding from teams ahead of the 2020 NBA Draft.
According to Keith Pompey of Philadelphia Inquirer, Terry has drawn interest from a variety of different teams — including the Boston Celtics, Dallas Mavericks, and Milwaukee Bucks.
There’s a lot to like about Terry as a potential NBA player. While he may not be the biggest guard out there, he can out-shoot most and has intriguing upside as a playmaker and shot creator. Given he played just one year at Stanford and has already added just under 20 pounds to his frame — there is reason to believe he can continue to add muscle.
The ideal landing spot in the NBA Draft for Terry appears to be a team that has an elite offensive creator that he can feed off within the flow of the game. That’s why a team like the Mavericks could be especially intriguing since Luka Doncic can create shots for teammates so well.
The Bucks and Celtics would certainly be intriguing possibilities for Terry, too. However, they do not have quite as dynamic of a passing talent as Doncic in their respective offenses, but regardless, Terry would fit in well providing a complementary offensive impact.
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