Julian Terrell

6-9, 220, Freshman, Forward/Center

Hometown - Nashville, Tenn.

High School - Ezell-Harding

Ezell-Harding High School
Considered by many to be the top big man in the state of Tennessee...Ranked 37th on the RivalsHoops.com Top 100 list and ninth among power forwards...McDonald’s All-American nominee...Two-time All-State...Four-time All-Region and All- District...Two-time District MVP...Two-time Region MVP...Finalist for the Tennessee Mr. Basketball award...Averaged 17 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks per game as a senior...Averaged 17 points, 13 rebounds and five blocks as a junior... Led team to back-to-back Tennessee state championship games, including one against Commodore teammate Jason Holwerda’s Chattanooga Christian team...Led team to a 33-2 record as a junior...Led his high school to two substate championships, three region championships and two district titles...Played in the Tennessee Athletic Coaches’ Association East-West All-Star Game along with fellow Commodore freshman Julian Terrell...Played alongside Moore with the Tennessee Travelers tournament team...Team captain as a junior and senior.

Coach Stallings on Terrell
“Julian was the last of the four early signees to commit. He really came on the scene hard this past summer. I saw him play in the state tournament last spring when he played Jason Holwerda’s team for the state championship. I thought he had an outstanding future and potential. We worked very hard on Julian and are very excited about him.” “He has great presence in the low post. He was about as good as anybody I saw the entire summer with his back to the basket, catching the ball and being able to score. We’re just thrilled that he is going to be here and we think he has a great future.”

Worth Knowing
Nickname is “JT”...Has one brother, Jermaine, 22, who played basketball at Faulkner University...Planning to major in Human and Organizational Development.




Vanderbilt Athletic Department
2601 Jess Neely Drive
Nashville, TN 37212
615-322-GOLD (4653)