2012-13: ALL-BIG WEST HONORABLE MENTION... Ended the season ranked No. 2 in the Big West Conference in field goal percentage (.564), No. 3 in blocked shots (1.5 bpg) and No. 14 in rebounding (5.9 rpg)... Blocked 46 shots to tie the program's all-time single-season record... Scored 10 or more points in 16 of the Aggies' final 19 games... Scored 20 or more points in five games... Made nine field goals and scored 19 points to set two new career highs at Sacramento State (11/20)... Blocked a season-high three shots vs. San Jose State (12/5)... Set a new career-high by scoring 23 points, and tied another by sinking five of six shots at the free throw line at Stanford (12/15)... Also recorded a season-high six rebounds and five made free throws against the Cardinal... Recorded his first collegiate double-double of 13 points and 10 rebounds, finished with a season-high two steals and tied another season high by blocking three shots vs. Eastern Washington (12/17)... Posted his second double-double in as many games by finishing with 18 points and a career-high 11 rebounds vs. Southern Illinois at the World Vision Classic in Logan, Utah (12/20)... Also sank all six free throws taken against the Salukis... Tied his season-high for the second time, and his career high for the third, with six free throws made vs. Pacific (1/5)... Tied a season high with three steals and fell one rebound shy of posting another double-double to finish with 14 points and nine rebounds at Hawai'i (1/19)... Recorded a new career high by making 10 of 11 free throws and finished one point shy of tying his career high with 22 points scored against Cal State Fullerton (1/24)... Led all Aggies with 20 points, his second 20-point performance in as many games and the fourth of the season, against UC Riverside (1/26)... Posted his third double-double of the season by finishing with 13 points and tied his season high of 11 rebounds at Long Beach State (2/20)... Blocked a season-high three shots for the fourth time this season when UC Davis hosted Northern Colorado (2/23)... Earned his fourth double-double of the year, finishing with 13 points and 10 rebounds, tied another career high with four blocks and set a new career best with four assists at UC Riverside (2/28)... Recorded his second double-double in as many games by finishing with 22 points and 15 rebounds at Cal State Fullerton (3/2)... Set a new career high with 10 field goals in that same game.
2011-12: Led the team in shooting (.523) and blocked shots (24)...Averaged 5.6 ppg and 3.1 rpg as a freshman... Started 16 of 30 games, including his last 12 straight played... Scored a season-high 16 points at Cal Poly (3/1), then matched it two nights later at UC Santa Barbara (3/3)... Also swatted four shots at Cal Poly...Added a season-best seven rebounds against the Gauchos... Had two other double-digit scoring efforts: in opener vs. Southern Utah (11/11) at the San Diego State's Basketball Traveler's Classic, and then against the same Thunderbirds team in a non-conference matchup in Cedar City (12/22)... Shot .650 from the field (26 of 40) over the last six games of the season.
OAKMONT HS `11:Averaged 21.3 ppg as forward/center in 2010-11... Was named to the All-Capital Valley Conference first team and All-Metro second team by the Sacramento Bee... McDonald's also recognized him as an All-America team nominee... Helped lead team to 25-8 overall record, 9-3 league mark and berth in 2010 CIF-Sac-Joaquin Division II championship game where he faced one-time Aggie teammate Mike Kurtz... Averaged 11.4 ppg, 9.0 rpg and 3.8 blocks as a junior... In his junior season, Adenrele earned All-Sierra Foothill League honorable mention... Was ranked by ESPNU as one of the top 100 players at his position.
PERSONAL:Born in Fremont, Calif.... Majoring in managerial economics... Parents are Johnny and Bernadette Adenrele... Wishes he could've witnessed Martin Luther King, Jr.'s speech, "I have a dream"... Would like to travel to Nigeria, his parents' home country... Title of his autobiography would be, "It never rains in John's world"... Sports hero is NBA player Andre Iguodala.