Adam Oumiddoch is 6-foot-6 PG/SG/SF (2026 Class) from Woodbridge, VA, who plays for
Bishop O’Connell High School. He also plays with his AAU/club program Team Melo on the Nike EYBL Circuit.
Adam is a very competitive player against high level competition. He shows that he is willing to
win and be one the best prospects in country. Adam’s determination, dedication, craft and
commitment already rewarded him big time in his young career. Adam lives in the gym on an everyday basis, as he absolutely loves the game. He’ll do everything to make his dreams a reality. He has his own identity and shows up and shows out consistently.
Adam has been changing a lot through his past years of development. He is a key player on the
floor and he is the piece that you need to go to war on every level. Adam was 5-foot-10 (3) years
ago, and now he’s grown into a serious 6-foot-6 prospect. In one summer, he grew from 5-foot-10
to 6-foot-3. Adam has been adding to his game to make him a real good player against his high
Adam can shoot the ball at a high clip, and he is also a true defensive stopper. He has a very high ceiling, with a high basketball IQ. He has a nice passing style and can find guys anywhere on the floor. His ultimate goal was to be a 6-foot-6 point guard, and it looks as though he has definitely reached that goal.
Adam is just getting started in his college recruitment. He has received (4) offers to his resume.
Adam holds offers from Bryant, Old Dominion, Illinois and Memphis, and he is generating a lot of Division-I interest for himself. Adam is going to blow up soon.
Adam is known as a Top 15 national prospect in the country for the 2026 Class, after strong performances at good events like Border League, the Hoophall Classic, Pangos Frosh/Soph Camp and
the Tarkanian Classic. Adam earned MVP at the Hoophall Classic in Boston, after he put up 21 points and 6 rebounds against Newman School. Adam led Bishop O’Connell against a Super ESPN ranked team, West Ranch (CA) - a game in which he had 17 points.
Adam’s natural ability to score at 3-levels has been getting a lot of attention. Adam has the ability to handle the basketball, shoot, pass and defend. He can play multiple positions at 6-foot-6, and is a special player on the floor.
He just recently earned himself a spot on Team USA, which means that he will have an
opportunity to open more doors for his young career.
Congratulations to Adam on his amazing achievements and success so far. Adam has a chance to be a league player in the future. Adam’s story continues to get better.