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Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Prep SG Ferguson watches Kansas win

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KANSAS 67, OKLAHOMA STATE 57

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Terrance Ferguson, a 6-foot-6 junior shooting guard from Prime Prep Academy in Dallas, attended Tuesday’s 67-57 Kansas University basketball victory over Oklahoma State.

In Lawrence for an unofficial recruiting visit, Ferguson is ranked No. 8 nationally in the Class of 2016 by Rivals.com.

Ferguson has already made unofficial trips to Oklahoma State and Louisville. He’s also considering Arkansas, Arizona, Baylor, Oklahoma, Texas A&M;, Virginia and Texas.

“I want to try and go see all of my choices,” Ferguson told Rivals.com. “I’m looking for the coaching staff and how the team is built around family and the type of play.”

Prime Prep coach Ray Forsett told Rivals: “We want him to look at academics and to be a true student-athlete. We also want him to look for a coach that will push him and to help him keep growing as a basketball player and a man. Development is huge too because we want to keep that going.”


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By the Numbers: Kansas beats Oklahoma State, 67-57

By the Numbers: Kansas beats Oklahoma State, 67-57

Comments

Suzi Marshall 5 years ago

If Ferguson wanted to be a true student-athlete why does he attend Prime Prep? That place is a joke and should be decertified.

http://charterschoolscandals.blogspot.com/2011/11/prime-prep-academy.html

www.athleticscholarships.net/2013/07/12/what-went-wrong-with-prime-prep-and-the-ncaa.htm

Robert Brock 5 years ago

Yeah. He should have taken classes at Kimball.

Freedman Moor 5 years ago

The pronoun "him", referring to Terrence Ferguson, that proceeds the verb "want" that proceeds the pronoun "We" which prefaces the statement about education to which you are referring was made by his coach, Ray Forsett. The words, "Prime Prep coach Ray Forsett told Rivals" should have made that abundantly clear.

I often tell my third grade students to re-read sentences and (if need be) read out loud to help them understand. Give it a try.

Walter Bridges 5 years ago

I'm not nearly as tough on my 8th graders but I teach Social Studies : )

Cameron Cederlind 5 years ago

So he attends an OkSt game where the stands were probably 40% full. Then he attends a sold out, amped up game in Allen Fieldhouse where we beat Ok St. Could probably narrow his list now.

Aaron Paisley 5 years ago

I'd proceed with caution on this kid considering the rate in which players have been ruled ineligible coming out of Prime Prep.

Walter Bridges 5 years ago

Hope to see Terrance in a KU uniform.

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