Jaylen Adams is getting his shot after going undrafted in Thursday night's NBA Draft.
The former St. Bonaventure guard has signed a two-way deal with the Atlanta Hawks. That normally means a player can spend up to 45 days in the NBA while the rest of the season is spent in the developmental G League. The Hawks' G League team is in Erie, Pennsylavnia.
Adams had quite the career with the Bonnies. He's the top scoring guard in school history and ranks in the top three all time in three-pointers and assists. He also ranked in the top 10 in nearly every category among all A-10 basketball players.