Friar Basketball

Late Night Madness List Continues to Grow with Terrell, Falzon


Caught up with Brewster head coach Jason Smith via email quickly today in an effort to learn more about 2013 Friar target, and Late Night Madness attendee Ron Patterson, and was told that 2014 guard Jared Terrell will also be on campus on Friday.

Terrell is a familiar name to Friar fans, a 6’3, 220 pound power guard from Weymouth, MA who played at New Hampton last season before transferring to Brewster this year.  ESPN has him ranked as the 48th player overall in the class of 2014.

Terrell is also a product of the Expressions AAU program, the same one that produced Ricky Ledo and Khem Birch, and now features Terrell and the hotly sought after Abdul-Malik Abu.  ScoutFriars had an article in the spring noting that Terrell and Abu would be interested in playing together in college, but as is so often the case those scenarios rarely come together.

Patterson and Terrell will give Smith two physical and athletic guards.  Patterson has apparently shot the ball well in workouts and sports a ridiculous 6’11 wingspan that could make him an elite defender at the next level.  He would be a terrific get for the Friars.

So, the list continues to expand for what is quickly becoming a who’s who for Late Night Madness.  It had already been reported that Patterson and Philadelphia wing Brandon Austin from the class of 2013 would be in attendance, in addition to 2014 Connecticut guard Kahari Beaufort and 2015 stud Jarred Reuter.  2013 commit Rodney Bullock will also be in the house.

Add Terrell and another 2015 big in 6’8 Aaron Falzon and Providence has seven terrific prospects scheduled to be on campus Friday night.  Falzon is a St. Mark’s product with a very good jump shot.  While stars caught the headlines in last year’s NEPSAC AA Finals between Tilton and St. Mark’s (Nerlens Noel, Kaleb Tarczewski, Wayne Selden, Georges Niang, Nik Stauskaus), Falzone hit a few momentum-changing three pointers and certainly didn’t look out of place in a court full of older, elite players.  His stock should only continue to rise.

This group is beginning to rival the 2010 Madness crew which included three top 75 prospects from the class of 2011 (Tyler Harris, Ryan Boatright, Michael Chandler) and a star-studded group of underclassmen in young Nerlens Noel, Goodluck Okonoboh and Georges Niang.



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