Crevon Adams improving through the pandemic

2021 Dulaney (MD) wing Crevon Adams is a student-athlete that will ultimately lose out on opportunities to play in front of college coaches this summer because of the pandemic.

He’s grateful to have open communication with Drexel, Keiser and Goucher, but said that without Covid-19, he lost the opportunities to hear from more.

“I believe that I would’ve had more looks but AAU got cancelled this summer,” Adams said.

So right now, he’s instead of worrying about the next time he will be able to play in front of coaches, Adams is working on his game. So he can flourish when he gets that opportunity again.

“I’m trying to bulk up and put on muscle,” he said. “As far as basketball ability, I am working on my dribble so I can play more guard as a wing.”

His head coach Matt Lochte describes him as a 6-foot-6 wing with great athleticism, an elite finisher and outstanding teammate.

“I bring versatility to the table,” Adams explained. “I can play multiple positions on the court.”

Adams also believes coaches like his athleticism and high motor the most. So his focus has been on improving other parts of his game to become a better overall player.

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