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Terry Clardy Jr.

Conway, AR - 2019

SchoolConway (AR) PositionShooting Guard Height6’3” Weight195 lbs. AAU TeamWings Elite HometownConway, AR Class2019
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Scouting Report

STRENGTHS

3pt Shooting
Athleticism
Defensive Rebounding
Finishing Through Contact
High-Volume Shooting
Making Correct Passes
Mid-Range Shooting
Scoring On All Three Levels
Slashing Ability
Size For Position
Upper Body Strength
Ability To Create Plays
Feel For The Game

NEEDS TO IMPROVE

Changing Pace
Elite Ball-Handling Skills
Help-Side Defense
High Motor
Lateral Quickness
Scoring With Either Hand
Speed
Playing Without The Ball

  • Scout’s Notes:

    Future150's National Camp Combine Measurements:

    Date Measured: 10/07/2017
    Height: 6'3"
    Wingspan: 6'5"
    Standing Reach: 8'2" 
    Standing Vertical: 25 inches 
    Max Vertical: 29 inches
    Shoe Size: 15
    DOB: 10/27/00

    Future150's National Camp (Oct. 7-8, 2017) - "The definition of a power wing, the 6'3" shooting guard has the ability to be a lockdown defender if/when he fully commits to the idea. On offense, he's a talented player who can score the ball on all three levels. His long arms also allow him to play above the rim regularly, showing off added athleticism since we last viewed him. Overall, an excellent weekend for him." -Eric Hampford 

    Future150 National All-American Camp (October 8th-9th, 2016): One of the best "hustle and defend" type players at camp, Clardy struggled offensively during day one of camp but didn't let that stop him from making an impact when he was on the floor. Day two was a bit different as he used his athleticism to get to the rim on command, and had no problem knocking down the three when left open. He is defintely one to keep an eye on when watching prospects from the 2019 class in Arkansas. -Zac Lyon
     

    Future150 National All-American Camp (October 10-11, 2015): Clardy Jr. gets you quality, timely rebounds. Really nice shooter. He played up all weekend and competed well enough to earn All-American Camp honors. Was a key player on team "Duke" and its Sunday playoff championship run, making big plays at key points in the game. Not afraid to take it to the cup against more experienced upperclassmen; Finished really well in traffic. -Coach Rob Robertson

    Future150 National All-American Camp (October 10-11, 2015): Clardy Jr. was required to score a lot for his five-on-five team, and he did.  His outside shot has been steady for years.  This weekend he proved he can score in traffic against bigger, stronger defenders.  His handle and lateral quickness are going to have to catch up to his scoring skills.  The foundation is encouraging.  Wonderful teammate and listener. -Andrew Force

    Jr.Future150 Elite 24 (August 8-9, 2015): Clardy Jr. is as steady as they come.  A hulking wing, the young man represents the Arkansas Wings well.  He plays really solid defense both out high and down on the block.  His strength allows him to hold his position against any slasher.  Clardy Jr. has the shooting touch from the 3-point line to play any wing position.  His ultimate position will probably dictated more by height than any clear deficiencies.  Soild overall performance landed him in the Elite 24 All-Star game. -Andrew Force

    Nashville Jr.Future150 Camp: (June 7th-8th, 2014): Terry is a strong and aggressive prospect. He is at his best when he is penetrating to the basket and knows how to finish well against contact. 

College Projection:

  • Low-Major

Complete Rankings:

  • Player Grade: 79 (2-Star)

Skills Review:

  • Shooting: Good
  • Dribbling: Average
  • Passing: Good
  • Rebounding: Good
  • Intangibles: Good
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