A 6-9 center/forward for Knight from 1985-89, Jadlow was another of Knight's junior college recruits and one of Knight's all-time favorites. Jadlow had a killer J and a mean streak that endeared him to his coach.
Out of college, Jadlow was drafted into the CBA but spent most of his career balling in Argentina and Europe.
Of all of Knight's former players, Jadlow might have taken the Coach's dismissal from IU the hardest. "I don't know what I'm going to do with all my Indiana stuff," Jadlow said after Knight's firing. "I'm sure not going to be wearing anything Indiana. For the first time in my life I'm ashamed to say that I'm a graduate of Indiana." He went on to say: "I, personally, don't believe the two-faced (IU) administration… It's just sad the way things transpired. This is a guy (Knight) who should have a monument of him erected."