Top-100 senior Jared Terrell commits to Rhode Island
Rhode Island picked up a huge late commitment on Friday.
Rhode Island came in second for Jared Terrell back when he made his original college decision in September.
It wouldn't happen again.
The Rams landed Terrell on Friday morning, sources told CBSSports.com.
Terrell, a 6-foot-3 shooting guard, was perhaps the best uncommitted 2014 recruit still on the board. He reopened his recruitment in April after pledging to Oklahoma State in the fall, and Boston College and Pittsburgh also made an effort for him.
Rhode Island coach Dan Hurley will have a very solid scoring duo on the wings in Terrell and rising sophomore E.C. Matthews.
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