1 Terrell Bell

Stone Mountain HS (Georgia)

Guard/Forward | 6’6″, 205 lbs. | Sr.

Stats: Terrell Bell

Sophomore Year:
It looks like Bell has really improved his outside shooting and can hit the spot-up three. This will help the Hokies tremendously if he can come in and knock down a few shots. But he will earn his time by getting after it on the defensive end.

Freshman Year:
Terrell was billed as a Deron Washington-type player, but other than similar body types, the comparison ends there. Terrell is a fantastic athlete, but not a freak like Deron.

Terrell averaged the fewest minutes per game of the six freshman that contributed last season, with just 7 mpg. However, he showed great promise on the defensive end and may be the best defender of the six freshman (Allen might be the best right now). He has a high motor and gives Tech 100% while he is in the game.

******High School Accolades******

Rivals.com Class of 2007 Rankings:

  • 3 stars
  • #142 Overall
  • #11 in Georgia

Scout.com Class of 2007 Rankings:

  • 3 stars

Of Note:

  • Played at the same high school as Coleman Collins.
  • 16.5 points and 9.5 boards junior year. 62% from the floor, 82% from the line.

2006-07 Game Notes:

  • 2/16 – Stone Mountain (Terrell Bell) was defeated 67-63 in the sem-finals of the Georgia Region 6-AAAA Tournament. This marks the end of Bell’s high school career for Stone Mountain.
  • 2/15 – Terrell Bell once again had 22 points as Stone Mountain laid the ’shed to Lakeside 73-41 in the 2nd Round of the Georgia Region 6-AAAA Tournament.
  • 2/13 – Terrell Bell had 22 points to help Stone Mountain defeat St. Pius 72-42 in the opening round of the Georgia Region 6-AAAA Tournament.
  • 2/2 – Terrell Bell had a double-double (27 points, 10 rebounds) as Stone Mountain beat SW Dekalb 79-73
  • 1/27 – Terrell Bell had 15 points as Stone Mountain waxed Villa Rica (is that where Seinfeld’s parents lived?) 101-72.
  • 1/19 – Terrell Bell had 14 points versus Cedar Grove in a 71-44 win.
  • 1/13 – Terrell Bell had 13 points and 11 assists to lead Stone Mountain HS over SW ATL Christian.
  • 12/30/06 – Terrell Bell was named the prestigious Blue Bracket Tournament MVP of the KSA Events Holiday Basketball Tournament in Orlando, FL. He recorded 51 points in the tourney and had a double-double in the first game as Stone Mtn HS went 3-0.


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