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Terry Invited To USA Basketball Men’s U19 World Cup Team Training Camp

Jun 3, 2021

TUCSON, Ariz. – USA Basketball has announced that Arizona's rising sophomore Dalen Terry is among the 27 athletes who have accepted invitations to attend the 2021 USA Basketball Men's U19 World Cup Team training camp. The athletes, age 19 years old or younger, will compete June 20-22 at TCU in hopes of being named to the 12-member team that will represent the USA at the 2021 FIBA U19 World Cup for Men.
Terry appeared in all 26 games in his first season with the Wildcats in 2020-21, doing a little bit of everything on the court. He averaged 4.6 points, 3.2 rebounds, 1.5 assists while playing 20 minutes per game. He scored a season-high 13 points and added four rebounds in the win at Arizona State. Previously, Terry participated in the 2019 USA Basketball Men's Junior National Team July minicamp.

In addition to Terry, current Wildcats Ažuolas Tubelis and Tautvilas Tubelis were on the preliminary U19 World Cup roster for Lithuania that was announced in late May.
The 27 athletes expected to attend the U19 training camp are:

Devin Askew G 6-3 190 2024 Texas Sacramento, CA
Patrick Baldwin Jr. F 6-10 190 2021 Hamilton H.S./*Wisconsin-Milwaukee Sussex, WI
Kendall Brown F 6-8 176 2021 Sunrise Christian Academy/*Baylor Cottage Grove, MN
Kennedy Chandler G 6-0 165 2021 Sunrise Christian Academy/*Tennessee Memphis, TN
Jonathan Davis G/F 6-5 196 2024 Wisconsin La Crosse, WI
Derek Fountain F 6-9 210 2024 Mississippi State Holly Springs, MS
Caleb Furst F 6-8 215 2021 Blackhawk Christian School/*Purdue Fort Wayne, IN
Jordan Hall G 6-8 210 2024 Texas A&M Wildwood, NJ
Chet Holmgren F/C 7-0 175 2021 Minnehaha Academy/*Gonzaga Minneapolis, MN
Harrison Ingram F 6-7 200 2021 St. Mark's School/*Stanford Dallas, TX
Jaden Ivey G 6-2 165 2024 Purdue South Bend, IN
Dishon Jackson C 6-10 235 2024 Washington State Vallejo, CA
Meechie Johnson G 6-2 172 2024 Ohio State Cleveland, OH
Ryan Kalkbrenner C 7-0 235 2024 Creighton St. Louis, MO
Trey Kaufman-Renn F/C 6-9 210 2021 Silver Creek H.S./*Purdue Sellersburg, IN
Zed Key C 6-8 245 2024 Ohio State Bay Shore, NY
Kenneth Lofton Jr. C 6-7 275 2024 Louisiana Tech Port Arthur, TX
Langston Love G 6-4 185 2021 Steele H.S./*Baylor Cibolo, TX
Mike Miles G 6-2 195 2024 TCU Lancaster, TX
Adam Miller G 6-3 175 2024 Louisiana State Chicago, IL
Trey Patterson F 6-7 170 2024 Villanova Somerset, NJ
Hunter Sallis G 6-3 175 2021 Millard North H.S./*Gonzaga Omaha, NE
Deivon Smith G 6-1 165 2024 Georgia Tech Loganville, GA
Dalen Terry G/F 6-7 195 2024 Arizona Tempe, AZ
Jabari Walker F 6-8 200 2024 Colorado Inglewood, CA
Peyton Watson G/F 6-7 170 2021 Long Beach Poly Tech H.S./*UCLA Long Beach, CA
Jaylin Williams C 6-10 235 2020 Arkansas Fort Smith, AK

 Head Coach: Jamie Dixon, TCU
Assistant Coach: Jerod Haase, Stanford University
Assistant Coach: James Jones, Yale University

*Committed to attend and play for school indicated in 2021-22.
Athletes eligible for this team must be U.S. citizens, born on or after Jan. 1, 2002.
On the list for training camp are 17 who played for NCAA Division I programs this past season and 10 who will be collegiate freshmen in the fall.
The team will be led by TCU head coach Jamie Dixon and Stanford University head coach Jerod Haase and Yale University head coach James Jones round out the coaching staff as assistant coaches. 
Featuring U19 teams from 16 nations, the 2021 FIBA U19 World Cup is scheduled to be held July 3-11 in Riga and Daugavpils, Latvia. In addition to the USA and host Latvia, teams that will take part in this summer's U19 World Cup include Argentina, Australia, Canada, China, France, Japan, Lithuania, Mali, Puerto Rico, Senegal, Serbia, South Korea, Spain and Turkey.
The USA was drawn into Group D, alongside Australia, Mali and Turkey for the July 3-6 FIBA U19 World Cup preliminary round. The USA will open play against Turkey on July 3, followed by Mali on July 4 and close preliminary play against Australia on July 6.
Reigning FIBA U19 World Cup gold medalist, USA men's teams have won seven gold medals, three silver medals and one bronze medal while compiling an 98-14 overall record in U19 World Cup play since the event was launched in 1979. Even more impressive, the USA has won four of the past six U19 golds since 2009.