4 - Randy Adams|
|Hometown:||Moreno Valley, Calif.|
|Previous School:||Redemption Christian Academy|
Appeared in all 29 games, including 22 starts...started 19 of the final 22 games of the season...averaged 7.7 points and 4.3 rebounds per game while shooting 47.3 percent (80-169) from the field...the team’s third leading scorer...got to the free throw line 103 times, or an average of 3.6 free throw attempts per game...after never scoring more than eight points in a game the first three years of his Hornet career, Adams scored in double digits nine times...that included a career-high 15 points (6-of-8 shooting) in the Hornets’ home win over Idaho State...had a career-high 10 rebounds against Northern Colorado...received at least 30 minutes of playing time five of the last eight games of the season...his average of 24.8 minutes per game was the third highest mark on the team...scored at least nine points nine times during the final 12 games of the year.
Appeared in the team’s first 13 games of the season, starting 10 of those contests...was ineligible the final 15 games of the year...averaged 3.7 points, 4.8 rebounds and 20.1 minutes per game...29 of his 62 rebounds came on the offensive glass...had at least five rebounds in 10 of the 13 games in which he appeared...finished the season with nine steals.
Took a redshirt year.
Appeared in all 30 games, including 15 starts...averaged 0.6 points and 1.4 rebounds in 7.7 minutes of play...received a career-high 27 minutes of playing time in the Hornets’ first game of the season against Samford...received double figures in minutes during seven of the first eight games of the season...however, he played double-figure minutes in two of the final 22 games...tallied five points, five rebounds, one assist and one block in 14 minutes against Long Beach State...posted a season-high six rebounds in an overtime victory over Southern.
One of five Hornets to appear in all 28 games, including two starts...shot 52.9 percent (18-34) from the field, the second-best mark on the team...almost half of his 67 rebounds came on the offensive glass (31 offensive, 36 defensive)...averaged 1.6 points and 2.4 rebounds in 9.1 minutes per game...averaged one rebound every 3.8 minutes of playing time, easily the best mark on the team...after missing his first seven field-goal attempts of the year, Adams knocked down 18 of his final 27 shots from the floor (.667)...over his last three games, Adams grabbed six rebounds in 11 minutes vs. Montana State, seven rebounds in 10 minutes at Northern Arizona, and finished the year with seven points, six rebounds and five free throws in the Big Sky Tournament vs. Weber State...scored a career-high eight points against William Jessup...in 11 minutes at Fresno State, Adams tallied six points and season highs in both rebounds (eight) and steals (three).
A 2004 graduate of Redemption Christian Academy in Troy, N.Y...played two years at Redemption Christian (2002-03, 2003-04)...also played four years (1998-02) for Moreno Valley’s Canyon Springs High School in California...averaged 17.8 points, 9.5 rebounds, 2.5 blocked shots and 1.0 steal per game for Redemption during the 2003-04 season...named all-league while also receiving Redemption’s Most Improved Player award...during his first year with the Lions (2002-03), he averaged 12.0 points and 8.0 rebounds while shooting 85.0 percent from the free-throw line...at Moreno Valley High School, Adams was the starting power forward for the Cougars’ team which won the Ivy League championships during his senior season (2001-02)...averaged 10.0 points, 9.6 rebounds and 1.8 blocked shots per game.
Born Sept. 14, 1984 in Compton, Calif...son of Torya McCracklin...a psychology major...played in the top 20 showcase game (Best of the Best) at the Pumps West Coast All-Star Camp during the summer of 2002...also played at the Adidas-sponsored ABCD All-Star camp that same summer...played two years of club basketball for Inland (2001-02)...eight of his teammates from Inland went on to play Div. I basketball, including former Hornet teammate Justin Williams.