Strong Final Year Yields Big 12 Commitment

College coaches congregated at his games but not anymore. Jeremy Adams, one of the winter's hot wing commodities, is headed to the Big 12.

The Texas A&M Aggies scored a commitment from Jeremy Adams, a hot spring signing period commodity. Adams is a 6-foot-4 shooting guard out of Madison (Miss.) Central High. His final two were the Aggies and Arkansas Razorbacks.

"I visited Arkansas and Texas A&M and I liked both campuses but I just felt like Texas A&M was the better fit," Adams said. "I'm real comfortable with the players."

During a breakout senior year which saw numerous programs make the visit to Madison, Adams accounted for 27 points and eight rebounds.

All season long there was a palpable buzz in regard to Adams and his game. Over the winter months, in addition to Darius Smith, Adams became one of the go-to-targets for high-major programs in search of scoring pop.

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