Georgia Recruiting: Montravius Adams, “I’m getting close to knowing where I want to go”

Montravius Adams is getting close to a decision. Photo: Jason Vorhees

Montravius Adams has been a virtual enigma all season; no one truly knows where he’s leaning and he’s not giving up much as far as hints. All that is certain about Adams, honestly, is that he’ll be playing somewhere other than Dooly County next season.

That said, he will take his official visit to the University of Georgia this weekend and he’s looking forward to getting to know new Bulldogs’ defensive line coach Chris Wilson when he does,

…”Yeah, I need to get to know him a little better,” said Adams when asked if he would be spending a lot of time with Wilson on this trip. “I like him a lot, but I want to get to know him more.”

At this point in the process, Adams is still unsure if he will take a fifth official visit, and if he does decide to take one, he isn’t sure whether it will be to Auburn or USC.

He does, however know that he will be making his decision on National Signing Day at 9:45 a.m. on ESPNU.

While he isn’t ready to name any leaders or talk about what team may have the edge, the Rivals100 prospect does believe he is getting closer to knowing where he wants to go to school.

“I think I’m getting close to making a decision,” he said. “I haven’t made one, but I think I’m getting close to knowing where I want to go.” (Jake Rowe, ugasports)

Wilson’s reputation as a top-notch recruiter will certainly be on the line this weekend as Adams has long been tabbed as a significant part of this recruiting class (one of the best in the country at his position, an in-state product, and a huge need for the defensive line); will the newest member of this defensive staff earn his stripes early or is Adams still a likely Clemson Tiger at the end of the day?

It’s worth noting that Adams’ decision will come 15-minutes after that of top offensive line prospect Laremy Tunsil’s. Tunsil is scheduled to announce at 9:30 on the same network.


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