Three-star wide receiver Daniel Adams made his decision on Saturday. The 6-foot-3, 200-pounder has decided to head West.
"I committed to New Mexico and Coach Locksley yesterday," he said." They were the first school to offer me a scholarship, they stuck through with me through my tough times this year when I hadn't played and I'm committed to them."
Adams visited New Mexico back in the spring and discussed what made him make the pick.
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"That's a nice city," he said. "There are a lot of DC guys down there from Dunbar and Coolidge. Mike Locksley has a lot of them and he is one of the top recruiters in the nation. He has big plans for me as a wide receiver and how he's going to use me."
Locksley was a key factor in the No. 52 wideout's choice.
"Definitely his track record is good," he said. "I was over at Dunbar with Coach Crag and he told me every guy he sent down to Locksley has done well in their system. I'm going to be one of those next guys."
Of course, playing time was a factor as well.
"That's definitely one of the big factors for committing there," he said. "They plan to use me as a freshman and I can get early playing time."