Jordan Adams made the move from Central Gwinnett to Oak Hill to play against better competition and to work on improving his grades. He can play both small forward and shooting guard but prefers to play the shooting guard position.
Adams was among some recruits, including Edmund, Oklahoma combo guard Josh Richardson and Milton High School (Georgia) power forward Julian Royal that attended the final game at Georgia Tech's Thrillerdome. "I've been there plenty of times and this was a good time to see Tech in action."
Jordan is being recruited at Georgia Tech by assistant coach Darryl Labarrie. "I used to play AAU ball for him. We go back a number of years."
Adams has double digit offers and picked up one more after we talked to him. Georgetown is the latest offer. "I have offers from Georgia Tech, Georgia, Tennessee, Miami, Florida, Florida State, Marquette, South Florida, Syracuse, and UCLA."
In spite of Adams saying last summer that he was leaning towards Tennessee, he is not ready yet to name any favorites. "They're all about even for now." The visits this past weekend may be the last for a while as he doesn't have any future visits planned.
Jordan has two things in mind when he decides on his college choice. "I need to be cool with the coaches and I need to like their style of play."
Adams is not sure when he'll be making that college choice. "It depends if I make the McDonald's game." When asked if he might be waiting to showcase his skills in that game, to get additional offers, Jordan responded, "not really."
Jordan will now be concentrating on the last three games of the season and then move on to AAU ball this summer. "Our game against United Faith should be interesting."