Class of 2021 SG Terrence Clarke (MA/Brewster) Offered

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Another Boston area prospect to keep an eye on. G-Mac already is. 6'6, 185 frosh that plays HS ball at The Rivers School and plays for Expressions Elite in the EYBL.

I saw him play a couple weeks ago in Atlanta against Goodine's BABC. Clarke's team won, but he only scored 4 points and grabbed 3 boards. He is averaging 6.4 points, 1.4 rebounds, 1.2 assists, and 1 steal.

This is a really good player to get in on early as he is only going to get better. Some consider him one of the best players in his class.

 

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Another Boston area prospect to keep an eye on. G-Mac already is. 6'6, 185 frosh that plays HS ball at The Rivers School and plays for Expressions Elite in the EYBL.

I saw him play a couple weeks ago in Atlanta against Goodine's BABC. Clarke's team won, but he only scored 4 points and grabbed 3 boards. He is averaging 6.4 points, 1.4 rebounds, 1.2 assists, and 1 steal.

This is a really good player to get in on early as he is only going to get better. Some consider him one of the best players in his class.

Yeah, that kid’s nice.
 

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Clarke had 6 points (2-5 from three), 3 boards, 3 assists, and 2 steals in 17 minutes of action vs Howard Pulley yesterday a.m.

In TC's second game vs NY Lightning, he had 7 points (1-3 from three), 4 rebounds, and 7 assists.

3rd game: He scored 15 points on 4-6 from downtown in the loss to the Rens.
 
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"Terrence Clarke continues to excel
One player who was very impressive with his play was class of 2021 wing Terrence Clarke. The athletic and long wing player has always excelled in transition, but his court vision is what stood out on Friday night.
While no one will confuse Clarke with a point guard, he does see the floor very well, and has a unique feel for passing, especially when in transition. In the half court he is also solid, but Clarke definitely excels in the open floor setting of a camp.
Add in that Clarke made a few mid-range jumpers and also rebounded and played some defense, and it was a good showing for the New England native."
 

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"Terrence Clarke is on the short list when it comes to discussing the top prospects in the class of 2021. Clarke is a long and rangy wing who has already impressed during the spring playing up on the 17U level of Nike's EYBL for Expressions Elite. Against his peers in St. Louis, Clarke has been a star and has been shooting the ball well from deep to go along with his off the dribble ability. -- Bossi
Who is involved: UConn, Rhode Island and Georgia Tech have dropped early offers."
 

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"The best wing prospect in the 2021 class, Clarke was playing on the 17-under circuit as just an eighth-grader last summer. Fast forward a year and the super talented two-guard has shown flashes of absolute brilliance on the Nike EYBL circuit this spring such as the game in which he had 22 points earlier in the year. Clarke has no issues creating his own shot but he is also an underrated playmaker that sports great size, length and fluidity to develop into a two-way producer. Clarke is the entire package as a perimeter prospect in the 2021 class.
In the hunt early: Clarke will be a blueblood recruit. UConn, Georgia Tech and Rhode Island have already offered."
 

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"BEST ISO SCORER



Clarke made another statement over the weekend which is that he belongs among the elite in the 2021 class. A smooth 6-foot-5 wing that has no issues creating his own shot, Clarke was the best isolation scorer seen in St. Louis. He does have to better his perimeter shooting numbers but his ability to get his defender on its heels with a variety of wiggle, breakdown moves, and the use of either hand off of the attack, is excellent.
UConn and Georgia Tech have already offered Clarke and while he is years away from hitting a college floor, he is not far off from becoming labeled as unguardable. He is a talented prospect with elite scoring abilities as he sits as the next man up out of New England."
 

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"ST. LOUIS -- Some of the nation's top 2020 and 2021 prospects spent the last four days on St. Louis University's campus for the Nike Elite 100.
Over the next two days, the 247Sports team in attendance will be breaking down the position standouts in each class. This feature focuses on the 2021 wings that caught our eye. Given the strength of this position group in the 2020 class, it was difficult for the 2021 guys to get their shine, but three prospects in particular found a way to standout and make a huge impression.

Terrence Clarke, SF, Rivers School/Expressions Elite
There were very few players better at the entire event than Clarke. Always known as someone with good length and athleticism, Clarke measured in at just under 6-foot-6 with plus four wingspan, he also showed a tremendous ability to pass the basketball.
In transition Clarke sees the floor as well as virtually any guard, and then he has the natural ability to make great passes. He is also pretty good with that in the halfcourt, but it is especially evident when he gets out into transition. Add in that he is improving his jumper, and Clarke looks to be one of the better prospects in the entire 2021 class.
 


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