Adams wants to "feel at home"

Montravius Adams, the No. 1 defensive tackle in the class of 2013, plans to visit Clemson later this week.

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The Dooly County High School [Vienna, Ga.] senior told CUTigers that he's not sure what day he'll make the trip to Clemson.

"I just want to see if I feel like I'm at home, just hanging out with the players, seeing how they live up there, spending more time with the coaches," Adams said.

Offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell is in contact with him every week.

"Lately, he's been saying that he wants to come up there and bring my momma," Adams said.

His mother, who has never been to Clemson, will not be accompanying him for this time.

Adams has already made visits this month to Alabama, Auburn and Tennessee. He detailed the highlights of his first thee summer trips.

Auburn: It was nice…just getting to hang out with the coaches, getting to know them better.

Alabama: I found out more about it than I didn't know, like their defense. I hung out with a couple of the players and the coaches.

Tennessee: I liked the new facilities that they're going to have. They have some great coaches.

He hopes to take other visits this summer, but has not planned anything beyond the Clemson trip.

"I don't know all where I'm going to go, but I know I'm going to go on a couple more," Adams said.

As a junior, Adams had 84 tackles, 45 tackles for loss and 10 sacks.

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