Whether on the gridiron or the track, Chandler’s Quaron Adams has shown over the past few years he is one of the most dynamic athletes in the 2022 class. With the ball in his hands, he finds ways through the air, on the ground or returning kicks to pick up chunks of yards at a time.
The athlete holds offers from ASU, Kansas, NAU, Oregon, New Mexico, Hawaii, Cal, Howard, Idaho, Iowa State and Arizona.
While there are plenty of schools hoping to add the dynamic athlete to their recruiting class, he says two schools are recruiting him hardest: Iowa State and Arizona.
The Cyclones offered in late September and have recruited Arizona effectively. From Brock Purdy to Joey Ramos to Koby Hathcock, Matt Campbell’s team has found playmakers to help get the program to new heights. Adams’ teammate and friend Eli Sanders just signed with Iowa State and has been pushing about reuniting in Ames.
Arizona offered initially in September and Jedd Fisch’s staff re-offered in January and have been making quick work building a relationship with Adams. They’ve discussed the offense they want to implement and how Adams can fit into that. The Wildcats already have a commitment from Chandler Hamilton offensive lineman Grayson Stovall and Adams would continue the momentum for the Wildcats’ 2022 in-state recruiting efforts.
Adams hopes to have a list narrowed this spring and be committed before the start of the season.