Posted On: 10/11/18 2:53 AM

Scout’s Take: Jordyn Adams of Silsbee High School/Team STAGE announced Wednesday, October 10 that he will be attending Austin Peay State University to continue his basketball career. The Governors are getting a steal in the 3-star shooting guard, who was also recruited by schools such as: Baylor (formerly committed), Lamar, Oklahoma State,Stephen F. Austin, and TCU. Jordyn is an elite shooter with a high arching release who values winning. The two-time state champion can get out in the open floor and finish athletically at the rim or knock down the open transitional three-pointer. 

Q&A Session

Brandon: What led to your decision to commit to Austin Peay?

Jordyn: The coaching staff and the players. The coaches see me coming in a making an impact as a freshman.

Brandon: What should Governor fans expect from Jordyn Adams on the basketball court? What do you feel you can bring to the team to help them over the next 4 years?

Jordyn: Governor fans should expect a consistent 3-point weapon, a hard worker who is dedicated, and a guy who will do whatever my coaches need me to do to make this team conference champions.

Brandon: You ended the summer on a very high note with Team Stage. Scoring multiple 20 point plus games in Las Vegas. How would you grade your performance this summer?

Jordyn: I learned a lot about my self from this summer. I learned how to be a role player and deal with not playing as much. I also learned how to be that guy when I need to be. The most important thing was I finished up healthy

Brandon: Off topic question: In your opinion, who is the best NBA player of all-time and why?

Jordyn: LeBron James is the best NBA player of all time because he is dominant and makes everyone around him better.

Brandon: Your high school team will once again be one of the best teams in the state of Texas. What are your personal goals for this upcoming high school season?

Jordyn: My main goal for this last ride is to bring Silsbee another state championship.

Brandon: What teams are you looking forward to playing this season?

Jordyn: I look forward to playing South Garland, Beaumont United, and whoever we face in the state title game

Final Thoughts

Jordyn has been to the state championship game each of his first three years in high school. The Austin Peay commit expects nothing less this year as he, Devon McCain, and Braelon Bush will look to 3 Peat as 4A state champions. Also, be on the lookout for their new addition Kasen Harrison, a top 100 2020 guard who also played for Team STAGE.