April 17, 2009
Adams signing gives A&M five in 2009
Wednesday didn't just mark Tax Day across the nation, but t was also the first day of the late signing period for men's basketball and Texas A&M wrapped up its 2009 recruiting class with the fifth signee in the class. With his parents and teammates at Madison (MS) Madison Central, guard Jeremy Adams signed his Letter-of-Intent to play for the Aggies.
The 6-foot-5, 200-pound committed to the Aggies in February after visiting during the weekend of A&M's win over Texas at Reed Arena and chose the Aggies over scholarship offers from Virginia, Arkansas, Houston, Southern Mississippi, Mercer and South Florida. Adams was widely considered one of the fasted rising seniors in the country after the early signing period in November and was also gaining strong interest from Georgetown, Marquette, Notre Dame and Kentucky under former head coach Billy Gillispie.
"It feels great. I'm just looking forward and my focus now is just to get ready for the upcoming season. I go to summer school June 1 and I'm going to spend time there working out and getting know the team and the campus a little bit, and hopefully becoming a better player," Adams said. "I'm very excited about playing in the Big 12 and playing on national television against some of the best competition in the nation. I'm very excited."
Adams averaged 27 points, eight rebounds, three assists and two steals per game as a senior for Madison Central with three games of over 40 points. Wednesday, he was able to share his moment with his teammates in a signing ceremony that he said was very special to him.
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