The Dooly County, Ga. native was originally thought to be in favor of taking his talents outside of the Peach State, but that thought may have cooled.
Adams has offers from everywhere in the country and has a general idea of who is in his top 6. Auburn and Clemson have long thought to be in the lead for Adams’ services, but Georgia is creeping into his top group. LSU, Oregon and Southern Cal are also in the mix, as he has indicated he wishes to take official visits there.
He has also indicated that he won’t make a final decision on his college choice until signing day,and won’t officially narrow his list down until after his high school season.
Adams (6’3’’, 290 lbs) is arguably the best defensive tackle in the country. It’s easy to see why he is so highly regarded when you watch him on tape. He has a quick first step and a powerful punch and is one heck of a load to handle.
He is, without a doubt, your classic SEC defensive lineman. He’s big, fast and incredibly athletic. Players like Adams are part of a seemingly unlimited natural resource of the deep south and should almost be considered a cash crop. In short, he’s a difference maker.
If someone outside of the SEC (or Clemson) nabs Adams, it would be a huge coup. Going into Georgia and signing arguably the best interior lineman in the country would be impressive for anyone–even Southern Cal.
But signing day is still a long way away and a lot can happen between now and then. Until then, all we can do wait.