Terrence Jones: Kentucky's Wild Card

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A lot of Division I players have come out of Jefferson High School in north Portland, Oregon, but Terrence Jones has all the tools to be the best of them. Jones led the school to three consecutive State titles, was ranked amongst the nation’s top-10 prep prospects by both Scout and ESPN, and played in the 2010 McDonald’s All-American game.

In his first college game he had Kentucky fans salivating over his 25 point, 12 rebound performance. The former high school point guard (as a freshman) displayed a skill set uncommon in his players his size. He could score from anywhere. He could handle the ball. He could defend and rebound. He displayed surprising footwork for a player not used to the post, and could finish over either shoulder.

But as the season wore on, his game displayed some cracks.

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