Granville Central High has been an interesting program to watch this season, sitting at 19-7 on the season and one of the key reasons for their success this year has been the continuing play of junior guard Terence Harcum.
Another season in which Harcum is averaging over 25 points per game, he continues to excel in other areas. Averaging 8.3 rebounds, 6.6 assists, and 4.6 steals per game as well, Harcum has been focused this season in improving his game on the court and showing that he can be a premier guard at the next level.
“The season has been going good,” he told Phenom Hoops. “I’m happy at the way my game is progressing and as a team, we are doing well. I’ve been working on my three-point shot and have been in the weight room getting stronger.”
Since we first watch Harcum back in 2015 and 2016 at the NC Junior Phenom, he has continued to step up his game and improve as a player. Harcum has continued to work hard both on and off the court and it seems to be paying off as interests from college programs have been picking up as well.
“I’ve been in touch with East Carolina, Clemson, Virginia Tech recently; Leigh and UNCG have also been in contact with me,” he recently told Phenom Hoops. “Virginia Tech, Lehigh, and East Carolina have shown the strongest interest.”
Even though offers haven’t been handed out yet, Harcum has already visited Virginia Tech, East Carolina, and North Carolina A&T, while eventually visiting UNCG this coming week.
“What I liked about Virginia Tech was the atmosphere around campus and I also liked the fact that it was in the mountains,” Harcum said. “A plus for ECU is that it has a lot of things to do off-campus. Both schools have very nice facilities.”
The junior guard is hoping to continue to showcase his talent throughout the North Carolina playoffs and this summer, with those interests eventually turning into offers.