App State men’s basketball head coach Dustin Kerns has announced the signing of Terence Harcum (Butner, N.C./Granville Central).
Terence Harcum | Guard | 6-3 | 190 | Butner, N.C./Granville Central
In three years at Granville Central High School, Harcum has already surpassed the 2,000-point mark in his career, totaling 2,063. Last season, he recorded three triple-doubles and reached double figures in scoring in all 30 games. Harcum left his mark at the free throw line, ranking in the top-10 in the state in free throws made and free throws attempted. For his career, Harcum is averaging 24.9 points on 52 percent shooting from the field and 39 percent shooting from deep, 5.9 rebounds, 5.4 assists and 4.0 steals.
Kerns on Harcum
“We are elated about the addition of Terence Harcum to the Mountaineer family. He comes from a great family with amazing parents in Terence Sr. and Natasha. It is always special to have local kids stay in state and have the opportunity to play in front of their friends and family during their college career. Terence is one of the most dynamic scorers in North Carolina high school history as he has already eclipsed the 2000-point mark in his career. He has been well coached in high school by Michael McDaniel and Greg George at Granville Central and also the many great coaches under the Garner Road AAU program. Terence is a special player and an even better person and has a bright future ahead of him. Mountaineer nation, please join us in welcoming Terence and his family to the App State family.”
Harcum is the first signing of the 2021 class for App State. The Mountaineers tip the 2020-21 season on Nov. 25 at South Carolina State.