Adams tells Scout.com that he's told Kansas assistant Kurtis Townsend that he plans on attending KU, with the assumption that he does in fact qualify.
"Basically I pretty much verbaled," Adams said. "I have to take my SAT's in December and then I'll be ready to take my visit to the school.
"It's kind of been behind closed doors. It's a situation me and my coach have been going over. He's been talking to the coach a little more than I have been but I've been talking to him a little bit. He wants a winner and I'm ready to bring that."
While Adams has told Kansas he's coming, the guard clarified to Scout.com that KU will accept the commitment if he qualifies, something that Adams feels he's on pace to do.
"I'm not too far actually," Adams said. "I'll have four classes next quarter after the semester is over and right now I'm just taking care of my high school stuff."
For Adams, there are numerous reasons why he wants to attend Kansas.
"They send guys to the professionals, it's a great program, they recruit a lot of great guys, they're looking for a point guard and they found me," he said. "I like their style of play, they get up and go, they pass the ball to everybody - it's not a one man show type of program - and they win."
Adams says that Kansas has plans to be out to Seattle to watch him play a couple times this winter.
"They'll be coming out to two of my games during the season," Adams said. "They'll be at the O'Dea game and the Seattle Prep game."