Future150 Camp Reporter. Providing insight into Future150 Camp players.
Nashville, TN (Future150) -- Tennessee is the home of many country music stars and legends.
It is also the home of Terry Holt, a 6-foot-4 small forward that is becoming a rising young basketball star in the class of 2014.
He is a long and athletic small forward, who has a good jump shot. He also has size and strength that allows him to finish strong at the basket, through the opponent’s contact.
Holt is a Future150 Nashville Camp Alum and he has used his camp experience to better his game and understand how to go about the recruiting process.
“The camp gave me a heads up on what college coaches’ look for when they recruit players,” Holt informed.
Currently, the small forward is continuing to advance his basketball skills. He knows what he does well, but also knows what he has to work on.
“My strengths are my mid range game and ability to finish at the rim,” he informed. “My dribbling has improved drastically, but that is my weakness at this time.”
Last year in high school, Holt played very well leading his team deep in the post season, but unfortunately lost in the regional round right before the state tournament.
As a sophomore his stats showed that he competed at a high level, averaging 14 points, 7 rebounds, 2 blocks, 2 steals, and 2 assists a game.
All of his hard work is beginning to pay off and gain him some real attention from several colleges.
He currently lists Belmont, University of San Francisco, Tennessee Tech, Arkansas State, and the University Tennessee Chattanooga.
He was also asked if any college were standing out to him or coming at him harder than the others.
“I like Belmont the most, they are contacting me a lot,” he advised. “I also like them because of the educational standard, I talk to Coach Byrd from Belmont a lot, plus it’s the only school I have unofficially visited.”
He said he does not have any current plans on when he will cut his list of schools or make a commitment, but did provide the following statement.
“I don’t have a set time, but when the time is right, I will make my decision.”