Mika Adams-Woods, a three-star guard from New York, reopened his recruitment after a meeting with new Nebraska basketball coach Fred Hoiberg, syracuse.com reported. Adams-Woods didn’t respond to a World-Herald request for comment.
Bishop Ludden (New York) coach Gallagher Driscoll told syracuse.com that Adams-Woods liked everything Hoiberg told him during the meeting, but still wanted to see if there was anything else out there for him.
Adams-Woods committed to Nebraska over offers from Buffalo, Charlotte and East Carolina. The 6-foot-3, 175-pound guard visited Nebraska on Sept. 15, committed Sept. 22 and signed his letter of intent on Nov. 14. He is still considering Nebraska, and has about a month to decide.
Western Nebraska Community College guard Jervay Green called his meeting with Hoiberg on Wednesday afternoon “great.” He’ll announce his final decision on Saturday, he told The World-Herald.