The Kansas Jayhawks have assembled an impressive Class of 2012 on the recruiting trail, and two of its members will make their commitments official this week when the spring signing period kicks off.
One of those prospects is Anrio Adams, a 6-foot-3, 175-pound combo guard from Seattle Rainier Beach. Last month, Adams helped the famed high school program wrap up yet another Washington Class 3A state championship.
Individually, it was a big season for him as well, as he led the Vikings in scoring.
"I played very well this year I feel like," Adams said. "I didn't get as much recognition as I expected, but I sat out a year so a lot of things were mixed up."
Throughout the season, he remained in contact with the Kansas coaching staff, and in fact recently set up a visit to the Lawrence, Kan. campus for the weekend of April 20.
Adams originally planned to sign his National Letter of Intent on that date, but instead will now simply sign it on another day of the month-long signing period. He just isn't sure when.
One thing he is sure of, however, is where he'll be when the summer rolls around.
"I plan on being there July 3 at Kansas," Adams said.
As far as his academic eligibility is concerned, he believes he is on solid ground, with an ACT scheduled for April 14.
"I'm just getting finished with school as we speak," he said.