Terren Frank was extremely solid during Peach Jam for Team Why Not, who fell just short of the title after a defeat from Mokan Elite. On a team full of stars, both in high school (now), and AAU, Frank is considered an underrated prospect with major upside.
With recent additions of Ziaire Williams and BJ Boston, both 2020 five-stars, many are forgetting that Frank, a likely starter, is bound for a really good season.
“I think that we [Sierra Canyon] can contend for the number one spot nationally. We are very long and athletic and are skillful all down the board. We will be hard to guard,” Frank said on SC’s 19-20 squad.
They’ve also got young studs in Amari Bailey and Bronny James, also added rising senior Zaire Wade. Frank is considered a ‘vet’ on this team and his game gives him the ability to help both on and off the court.
“My game is just do it all. I can score on all three levels and guard 1-5 on the high school level. So I will say I’m a complete all around player that can play on both sides of ball.”
His recruitment is also drawing national attention, he already holds offers from Vanderbilt’s new staff, Arizona, Arizona State, Nevada, Oregon State, and many others.
“Probably will cut my list around January.”
“Right now, TCU, UCLA, and Colorado are coming at me the hardest. But schools like Kansas and Texas are starting to show more interest.”
Frank also says that he plans on scheduling visits to TCU and Colorado, also has no commitment timeline.