Terrell McIntyre is back at the place he loves. He is back at Clemson.
The former star point guard for the Tigers, who is in the Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame, joined head coach Brad Brownell’s staff over the summer as his Director of Player Development.
“It is great being back,” McIntyre said. “It’s great being back in a program and a place that I love. This is my university. When Coach B contacted me and told me about this opportunity, I did not hesitate.”
McIntyre played for the Tigers from 1995-’99 and was a three-time All-ACC guard. He played on three NCAA Tournament teams, including the 1997 team that advanced to the Sweet 16 and finished with a program best No. 8 national ranking in the USA Today poll.
His senior year, when he led the ACC in scoring, Clemson won 20 games and reached the finals of the NIT.
“I knew I would not be on the court with the guys, but just a chance to be around the program, just like I told him, if there is any way I can be an asset in the program, I’m willing to do it,” McIntyre said.
McIntyre ranks second in Clemson history in career scoring (1,839), second in three-point goals (259), third in assists (577) and fourth in steals (194). He was a four-time team MVP or Co-MVP.
He was inducted into the Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame in 2007, and was named to the program’s 100-Year Anniversary team in 2012.
Watch The Clemson Insider’s exclusive interview with McIntyre on TCITV: