Anrio Adams, the consensus No. 1 player in the state of Washington will try to win his second state championship this weekend in Tacoma. The Kansas-bound guard's attitude has caught the attention of many fans, especially after his falling out with Franklin head coach Jason Kerr during his junior year. Mason Kelley from the Seattle Times crafted a revealing profile on Adams and how he sees himself:
"Growth is everywhere and it has to happen every year," said Adams, who will lead the third-ranked Vikings into the quarterfinals against No. 5 Mountlake Terrace at 9 a.m. Thursday at the Tacoma Dome. "It doesn't have to be personality-wise or attitude-wise, it's something that just happens. I think I've got a long way to go and everybody else knows that as well. I'm just working as time progresses." (Via: Seattle Times)
The talent is a given, but becoming a coachable player is something Adams will have to grow into if he wants to be successful at the next level and in life. It all comes with time, here's hoping to his continued maturity both on and off the court.
Read Mason Kelley's full article here.