The 6-6, 225-pound undersized power forward, whose stock soared at the Peach Jam after dominating the highly touted frontline of Team Texas, is currently on an official visit to Pittsburgh after returning from a trip to UConn on Sunday.
``I really enjoyed my trip to UConn and am in the middle of my trip to Pittsburgh, so I haven't made any decision yet," Adrien said. "My visit here's not done yet. The thing I liked about UConn is obviously the coach – and also the fact that you're the main thing in town."
Pittsburgh is far different. On one hand, Adrien said there's more to do. On the other, there are far more distractions than in small-town Storrs, Conn.
``It's a nice city and there's plenty to do," he said. "The people are nice and the coaches are cool. The facilities are really impressive."
Adrien will return tomorrow from Pittsburgh and then he will make a decision after talking it over with his high school coach at Brookline High, Mark Fiedor.
``I think I'll be ready soon after I get back," he said.
At one time, Adrien was contemplating taking a visit to Kansas, but now it's highly unlikely he'll see Lawrence as a recruit.
He said that comfort level will play the biggest factor when ultimately making his decision because he's confident he'll be able to earn minutes wherever he chooses.
``I see myself playing a lot of minutes at either place," Adrien said. "It might be a little harder at UConn, but I think I can do it."