Another senior out of Michigan is off the board making his college commitment. This time it was Tamario Adley who made his commitment to in-state Ferris State. A division two program that is a member of the GLIAC. The 6’2” shooting guard of De La Salle High School and The Family program announced his commitment Tuesday evening.

Adley was one of the top uncommitted guards left in the entire state of Michigan. He had previously been offered by LIU and Saginaw Valley State.

The senior is a smooth guard who plays well with the ball in his hands. Not only does he have good strength and athleticism but good moves and handle as well. He has a very good ability to get to the basket and finish strong but can also create his own shot. Adley is a true playmaker that can score in bunches and has plenty of tools that will translate to the collegiate level.

Adley is joining one of the premier division two programs. Ferris State won the division two national championship just a few years ago in 2018 and currently stand at 20-6 this season.