Henriquez is adding offers

Four-star small forward Adonys Henriquez has proven to be one of the top scoring wings in the 2014 class.

Four-star small forward Adonys Henriquez had an impressive showing at the Best Buy Chicago Classic. The 6-foot-5 Henriquez helped his team to the final four, and it was a continuation of what was a very impressive spring showing.

The Florida Rams 16-and under squad is one of the best at their age group, and Henriquez is one of the major reasons why. He led them to a title in Vegas, and hasn't slowed down since.

"I have been playing well overall in the spring," said Henriquez. "I have had a few down games, but it is alright overall I think the spring has gone well. Scoring in bunches is what I do. I think I have shown I can put points on the board."

Recruiting wise it is no surprise that more and more schools are picking up the interest after his impressive April in front of college coaches.

"Florida, Kansas, Georgia, USF, there are a lot of school, most of the SEC and ACC," listed Henriquez.

Florida is close to home and has made Henriquez a priority. So far he likes what he is hearing from the Gators program.

"Florida just recently offered me, and they say they like my game," said Henriquez. "They compare me to Kyle Anderson because I am a big guard who can score. If I were to go there I think I could fit in well and just play ball."

Also the Kansas Jayhawks have picked things up. Kansas has a commitment from a fellow Florida Ram player in Brannen Greene, and Greene and Henriquez have had conversations about the Big XII program.

"I have talked to Brannen, he says he really likes Kansas and it is a good fit," said Henriquez. "I have talked to the Kansas coaches they say they are going to watch me play in July."

For now Henriquez, who is the No. 31 ranked prospect overall in the 2014 class, has no timeframe for when he wants to make a decision, but he does know what he pays attention to in a school.

"I look for if they win, what conference they are in, and how the coaches are," said Henriquez.

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