To this point, the 6-foot-8, 205-pound Larrier holds offers from mostly low- and mid-major teams: Delaware, Drexel, Florida International, Fordham, Iona, Monmouth, Sacred Heart, Siena and Towson.
But he's beginning to turn some heads through the early part of the AAU season. Through two EYBL events, Larrier is averaging 9.2 points, 6 rebounds and 0.8 blocks per game alongside Syracuse commit and fellow frontcourt mate Chris McCullough, the No. 9-ranked player in the class of 2014 on Rivals.com.
Larrier's performance has some high-major programs -- namely Maryland, Texas and Providence -- keeping tabs on him. And last week, Friar Basketball wrote a brief profile on him. Three recruiting analysts had positive things to say about him this weekend...
Liked 6-8 forward Terry Larrier of Team Scan. Named a lot of offers but said Providence, VCU, Maryland, Drexel recruitimg him hardest. #eybl
— Jerry Meyer (@jerrymeyer247) April 28, 2013
Love Team Scan's Terry Larrier as a skilled 4-man. Great feel, can face up and pass. 2014. 6-8. Really talented.
— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) April 27, 2013
Really like upside of Terry Larrier of Team Scan. Wing forward w/ natural ability & confidence. Tough in transition, played in flow #EYBL
— Corey Pegram (@CoreyPegram) April 27, 2013