BREAKDOWN: Terence Green, a 5-foot-11, 180-pound senior guard, is a hard worker and gives the Trojans depth at the guard position.
2007-08: Has played in seven games for a total of eight minutes, but was almost perfect. Has made made both of his free throws, his only three-point attempt and two of three field goals. Scored the first two points of his career by making both free throw attempts vs. Delaware State on Dec. 17. Made his first career field goal (a three-pointer) on Feb. 23 vs. Oregon State.
2006-07: Appeared in three games for the Trojans, appearing against The Citadel, Mississippi Valley State and Longwood. Was 0-for-1 from the field and 0-for-2 from the line. Had a rebound in the games against The Citadel and Longwood.
2005-06: Transferred to USC for the spring semester and practiced with the Trojans as a walk-on player.
HIGH SCHOOL: Green played varsity basketball at Aliso Niguel High in Aliso Viejo, Calif. where he was a teammate of UCLA's Michael Roll. Helped lead his team during the 2004-05 season to a 28-4 record in his senior year. Aliso Niguel defeated El Toro in the CIF DIvision I-A finals 67-60, but lost to Clovis West of Fresno, Calif. in the state tournament, 65-48. Was second-team all CIF, All-Sea View League (3 years) and third-team All-Orange County.
PERSONAL: Green was born on Sept. 1, 1986 in Memphis, Tenn. Is an Economics major at USC. Would like to own his dad's business some day. Lists his biggest sports hero as Chris Paul because he overcame adversity when he grandfather died and also because he is a similar size. Likes to play chess online in his spare time. Chose USC because of the great tradition, the sports heritage and great alumni association.