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Terence Morris


Full Name:
Terence Darea Morris
Position:
Forward
College:
Maryland
Height:
6-9
Weight:
221
High School:
Thomas Johnson HS, Frederick, Md.
Birthdate:
January 11, 1979
Birthplace:
Frederick, Md.

Statistics

NBA DRAFT 2001
Selected in second round (34th pick overall) by the Atlanta Hawks. Draft rights were traded to the Houston Rockets.


HIGHLIGHTS
  Named Honorable Mention All-America by The Associated Press as a senior, junior and sophomore.
  Was one of 15 finalists for Naismith Player of the Year Award as a junior and senior.
  Named to All-ACC Third Team as a senior, Second Team as a junior and First Team as a sophomore.
  He was the fourth sophomore in school history to earn the honor (former NBA players Tom McMillen and John Lucas and current NBA player Joe Smith).
  Among Maryland's all-time leaders, ranks second in games (one behind teammate Mike Mardesich) and blocks (behind Derrick Lewis), fourth in rebounds and eighth in points, steals and three-pointers.
  Along with Mardesich, set a school record by playing 13 NCAA Tournament games.
  One of 12 collegians selected to USA Select Team in 2000, a squad that competed against the USA Basketball Senior Men's Olympic Team.
  Scored 11 points in that game.


AT MARYLAND
  As a senior, blocked career-best 79 shots (2.2 bpg), recording at least two blocks in 24 of 36 games.
  Scored in double figures 23 times.
  Tied career-high with 26 points vs. Clemson and with six assists against North Carolina.
  Posted 24 points, nine rebounds and three blocks in season opener against Louisville.
  Had 21 points, 12 boards, five assists and four blocks vs. North Carolina.

  Recorded a career-high 12 double-doubles as a junior, becoming the first Terrapin since Joe Smith to record four straight double-doubles.
  Averaged career-high 8.6 rebounds, ranking third in the ACC.
  Also finished fourth in the conference in blocks (77, 2.3 bpg).
  Scored season-high 25 points against Kentucky.
  Blocked a career-high seven shots against Tulane and Wake Forest.

  Topped team with 7.1 rpg and 2.3 bpg and ranked second in scoring (15.3 ppg) as a sophomore.
  Finished fifth in voting for ACC Player of the Year.
  Blocked season-high six shots against Virginia.
  Was only player in school history to total back-to-back double-doubles in points and rebounds in the NCAA Tournament (18 points and 10 boards against Valparaiso and 20 and 12 vs. Creighton).

  As a freshman, averaged 10.5 points in ACC Tournament.
  Scored 10 points in overtime win over North Carolina.
  Recorded first career double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds vs. Duke.


STATISTICS
SEASON G FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS AVG
1997-98 32 91 174 .523 41 59 .695 113 25 236 7.4
1998-99 34 195 354 .551 104 126 .825 242 56 521 15.3
1999-00 34 200 406 .493 102 134 .761 293 80 537 15.8
2000-01 36 158 366 .432 97 122 .795 277 68 439 12.2
TOTALS 136 644 1300 .495 344 441 .780 925 229 1733 12.7
Three-point field goals: 1997-98, 13-for-37 (.351); 1998-99, 27-for-76 (.355); 1999-00, 35-for-96 (.365); 2000-01, 26-for-90 (.289). Totals: 101-for-299 (.338).


 
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