North Carolina soccer recruit Jordyn Adams won’t enroll on the college and as a substitute will pursue knowledgeable baseball profession after the Los Angeles Angels chosen him No. 17 total in Monday’s MLB draft.
Adams, who had been mulling whether or not to play school soccer or skilled baseball for a number of months, made the announcement Tuesday on Twitter, thanking Tar Heels coaches and followers for his or her help.
— Jordyn Adams (@jordynadams10) June 5, 2018
A middle fielder, Adams ranked because the No. 19 draft prospect, in accordance with ESPN’s Keith Legislation. The assigned worth of the 17th decide is $three,472,900.
ESPN additionally rated Adams because the No. 24 broad receiver and No. 163 total participant within the 2018 class. The Morrisville, North Carolina, native signed with UNC over Clemson, Alabama, Ohio State, LSU and others.
His father, Deke Adams, is the Tar Heels’ line of defense coach.