Minnesota has consistently produced high caliber point guard prospects out of each class annually from Tyus Jones, Marshawn Wilson, McKinley Wright to Tre Jones.  Up next in the state is Tyrell Terry of Minneapolis De La Salle.  The top point guard prospect from Minnesota's 2019 class and one of the premier point guard prospects in the Midwest, Tyrell Terry has a great basketball pedigree. 

The ability to make a team better, play under control at full speed, and reflect the decision making of the coaches are some of Terry's greatest strengths. Terry has demonstrated a high caliber prototype point guard package with his cerebral approach to the game with a great combination of creativity off of the dribble, scoring prowess from anywhere on the court, and ability to take over games with his playmaking ability. A prospect that plays to win, Terry is known for his decision making and mistake-free brand of basketball. He’s won a state championship as the starting point guard in each of his first two years at Minneapolis DeLaSalle and they’re primed to repeat again this year.

Gaining interest from many Big Ten programs amongst other power five conference program's Terry is already on pace to be one of the most sought-after lead guard prospects in the Midwest 2019 class. Terry currently holds offers from Baylor, Butler, Iowa, Nebraska, University of Northern Iowa, Drake and North Dakota.  Expect to see him elevate substantially