Here's the Draft Express folks -- Kyle Nelson in particular -- with a Jennings evaluation. He is entering his junior year at Louisville under Rick Pitino:
Terrence Jennings, 6-10, Junior, Power Forward/Center, LouisvilleGo here for the remainder.
5.1 points, 3.4 rebounds, 0.4 assists, 0.7 turnovers, 0.6 steals, 1.3 blocks, 61.7% FG, 55.0% FT
It is safe to say that Terrence Jennings has yet to live up to the massive high school hype that followed him to Louisville. As a freshman and a sophomore, he failed to prove himself as anything other than an intriguing athlete. After an underwhelming stint backing up Samardo Samuels, however, Jennings is projected to start at center and will have the opportunity to earn minutes and to shoulder an expanded role on both ends of the floor.
After all, Jennings had NBA-caliber size and athleticism before he arrived at Louisville. Standing 6'10 with a fantastic 230-pound frame and impressive length, Jennings has the size and athleticism to play either post position at the next level.
For all of Jennings's physical and athletic gifts, however, he has made few strides on the offensive end since arriving at Louisville. He played just 13.2 minutes per game as a sophomore and scored in double figures just three times on his way to a paltry 5.1 points per game...