Chase Adams might be best known for his high-level ball-handling ability or his diminutive size. But what allowed Chase to make an immediate impact with his Marian Catholic Varsity squad was his passing ability and vision.
Coming off the bench for the first few games (not unlike 2014 Marian Catholic grad Tyler Ulis – now at Kentucky), Adams quickly earned the trust of his coaches and teammates. The team played better (more together) when Chase was at the point. Shortly after, Adams moved into the starting lineup and never left.
Unofficially, Adams averaged just under 10 points, 10 assists per game for the season.
Chase displays his quickness and great decision-making ability in these highlights from his freshman year of high school from across the Chicago area. Expectations for both Chase and his Marian Catholic teammates will be even greater for the 2015-16 season!
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