Posted On: 06/3/19 12:07 PM

Trevell Adams, you probably know the name if you pay attention to Central Ohio HS basketball. The crazy thing is, he came off the bench for Columbus South last year. 

The Bulldogs were guard heavy, with multiple players that could beat you. Adams led the second unit, and was often the best player on the court. 

Sixth man was a role that Adams embraced. The now senior told me he felt the team had “believed” in him, also, “looked forward” to him carrying the bench. And that’s exactly what the quick guard had done. 

At five-foot-ten, Adams plays well on or off ball. Some versatility to his game, despite the height  

Often, the best overall player in the game, Trevell would fill up the stat sheet. Competing on both ends, was always a factor. Columbus South was the runner-up in division two, and Trevell’s play was a big reason why. 

Multiple double-digit scoring games, also crashing the boards, even though he’s under six-foot. I was able to watch the Bulldog at Bowling Green and Value City Arena. It was fair to say, he played at a high level. 

Holding one division two offer, that

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