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3-star CG Adrien Stevens down to 6 schools

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Adrien Stevens, a three-star combo guard in the 2025 class, has trimmed down his list of offers to six: Florida State, Georgetown, Marquette, Notre Dame, Tennessee, and Villanova.

Out of his finalists, the 6-foot-4 combo guard out of The Bullis School (MD) has taken official visits to Marquette and Villanova. Stevens plans to take additional visits after the live periods.

Stevens, a native of Potomac, Maryland, is the No. 151 overall recruit in the 2025 cycle, according to the On3 Industry Rankings. He’s also the No. 9 combo guard prospect. The On3 Industry Ranking is a weighted average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies.

On3’s evaluators are higher on him, ranking him 120th nationally.

Stevens talks finalists

In an exclusive interview with On3, Adrien Stevens broke down each of his final six schools.

Florida State: “Florida State has a past of lanky guards such as Scottie Barnes. Although I’m not very similar to him In build, I can see some similarities in our game and how Coach Hamilton would use me is somewhat similar to how he used him. They preach player development there and getting to the next level and that is also very enticing to me as well.”

Georgetown: “Georgetown is a great school and their staff has done a great job of building a relationship with me recently. It’s hard to look past the proximity to home and the culture that Coach Cooley is starting to build. They have some guys there now that are bought in to winning and will become a great program in the near future.”

Marquette: “I have a great relationship with coach smart and the rest of the staff. They’ve done a great job recruiting me and getting to know my family. I have a true belief that they believe in me as a player and also a person. Great opportunity there.”

Notre Dame: “Notre Dame has been recruiting me for a while and I have a good relationship with coach Shrewsberry and the rest of the staff. The way they play, his coaching style, and his experience is something I could see being beneficial for me in the future.”

Tennessee: “Coach Barnes has a history of putting players in the NBA, most recently with Dalton, and those players are successful at that next level, which is enticing for me. Seeing their success and also my relationship with the coaches is something I am looking forward to continue to build and see where it goes.”

Villanova: “Villanova is a program with a lot of history and a track record of great players that love to get after it on both sides of the floor, like me. The way they play is very similar to something I can see myself in. Coach Neptune and his staff are very intentional about looking for Villanova guys and they have those guys there this year and are looking to get back to what they are used to, winning, so is a great opportunity there for me.”