White Plains, NY’s Adrian Griffin Jr. has emerged as a top player in the 2021 recruiting class.
The five-star small forward is currently ranked No. 10 in the class by 247Sports’ composite rankings. He’s No. 3 at his position and second in the state for that class.
With that, comes serious recruiting interest. Griffin says that Kentucky has started to get involved, and on Monday afternoon, he was paid a visit by Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski.
Coach K has been actively recruiting Griffin for some time. On Monday, the legendary coach got to see him play in person.
— Eugene Rapay (@erapay5) September 9, 2019
After the game, Adrian Griffin admitted about how excited he was about the opportunity to ball in front of the Hall of Famer.
From The Journal News:
The 6-foot-7 junior said Monday that he talks regularly to Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski. Although they’ve maintained contact, the level-headed teenager couldn’t downplay his excitement when the Hall-of-Fame coach walked into Stepinac’s open gym Monday afternoon.
“I talk to him all the time, but of course, I was excited that he came out here,” said Griffin, who has been offered by Duke and recently gained interest from Kentucky. “I just stayed locked in and played my same game.