Milwaukee Bucks: Tyrell Terry stands as skilled NBA Draft guard prospect

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Stanford’s Tyrell Terry stands as a supremely skilled guard in this NBA Draft class, the kind of which fits the Milwaukee Bucks ethos.

Stanford freshman guard Tyrell Terry has a knack for being overlooked, something that continues after declaring for the 2020 NBA Draft last month.

Coming from the Land of 10,000 Lakes, Terry stands among the growing crop of NBA players that call Minnesota their home state. While his undersized nature may be the first thing that stand out when watching his game, Terry has shown that looks can be deceiving.

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Terry comes fit with an incredibly modern game, all highlighted by a shooting stroke and range that will tantalize many upon entering the NBA.

Used to being the smallest player on the court, Terry has developed a mental toughness to enjoy the level of success he’s had to this point in his basketball journey. And as he told HoopsHype’s Bryan Kalbrosky last month, that won’t be changing anytime soon:

"“One thing I have to be aware of and stay focused on is that I’m the smallest guy out there usually. So people are going to try to bump me, get physical, talk trash occasionally. So I have to stay mentally tough and focus to play my game through that stuff.”"

In his 31 appearances for the Cardinals, Terry averaged 14.6 points on .441/.408/.891 shooting splits, 4.5 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 1.4 steals across 32.6 minutes per tilt.

So without further ado, let’s dive into Tyrell Terry’s game by looking at his strengths and weaknesses, see where draft experts currently rate him, and examine his potential fit with the Milwaukee Bucks.