Terrance Arceneaux, a 6-foot-7 small forward out of Beaumont (Texas) United has committed to the University of Houston basketball for the class of 2022, he tells On3.
Arceneaux, the no. 56 overall prospect in the On3 100, ultimately chose the Houston Cougars over Texas A&M, UNLV, and Oklahoma. He also received offers from Baylor, Georgia, LSU, Texas, among others.
Terrance Arceneaux is Houston’s second commitment of the 2022 class, joining four-star Emanuel Sharp. Houston is also targeting Jarace Walker, among others.
Scouting Report on Terrance Arceneaux
On3’s Senior National Recruiting Analyst Gerry Hamilton had this to say about Arceneaux:
“Terrance Arceneaux is a pogo stick. His second bounce is very quick, as is his reactive quickness. He runs the floor with tremendous fluidity and quickness. Is a weakside shot blocker despite being 6-6. An opportune scorer as a weakside offensive rebounder that finishes well above the rim. Can knockdown catch and shoot three’s, but not consistent enough when defended with length. The ability to expand his game off the bounce will be key in his offensive development. A player that can help a high-major program make tournament runs with defense, athletic ability, and opportune scoring. Not scared to take big shots, or have the ball in his hands in late-game situations.”