Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
There isn't much Jordan Adams can't do out there—his shot selection isn't always grade A, but he's a factor in just about every facet of the game.
Adams followed a strong freshman season with an even bigger one as a sophomore, as he increased his field-goal and three-point percentages, along with his scoring, rebounding, assist and steal averages playing roughly the same amount of minutes.
Offensively, Adams gets to the rim, works the mid-range game and spots up from downtown. He's not overly explosive, but his scoring instincts are tremendous, and he's got the strength to finish after contact.
Defensively, he's tied for No. 3 in the NCAA in steals per game.
Adams has had some monster games as of late, most notably in a win over California when he went for 28 points, six boards, five assists and five takeaways. He followed with 31 points on four missed shots against Washington.
Though prone to taking low-percentage shots, Adams packs a potent punch, and he'll enter the Pac-12 tournament as one of its potential sleeper NBA prospects.