Kennesaw State lands pledge from 2024 guard Adrian Wooley
Kennesaw State head coach Antoine Pettway went back to his former Alabama roots on Wednesday, landing a pledge from 2024 Tuscaloosa (AL) Paul Bryant guard Adrian Wooley.
“I chose Kennesaw State because of the coaching staff. I trust the way Coach Pettway coaches,” Wooley told HoopSeen.com.
Wooley, a lengthy 6-foot-4 guard, was one of the most popular mid-major prospects in the country this summer. He landed scholarship offers from schools all over the country while playing with the Alabama Fusion and Pro One during the travel season.
However, he really took off at the UA Finals, where he went from regional to national prospect. Arkansas State, Belmont, Florida Gulf Coast, Louisiana Tech, and St. Bonaventure was among the schools that offered him a scholarship during the event.
Wooley ultimately chose the Owls over Murray State and Samford.
What is Kennesaw State getting in Wooley?
They’re getting a two-way guard that will make an impact on both ends of the floor. The versatile lefty is an ideal plug-and-play prospect that makes winning plays. He can defend multiple positions and make shots from the perimeter.
In fact, Wooley shot an impressive 43 percent from 3 in 22 games with the Fusion and Pro One.
Wooley gives Kennesaw State a four-man class that includes Mekhi Turner, Ricky McKenzie, and Ramone Seals.