Talented WR Down To Just Two

One of Georgia's top wide receivers talks about his recruitment and which two schools he'll chose between.

Kennesaw, Ga.--Some players struggle with choosing a college during the recruiting process and have dozens of potential schools right down to the last moment. While Harrison High receiver Darvin Adams admits he's still mulling over his choice, he hasn't had any problem narrowing his list and says it's down to a final two with both in the SEC.

"Actually things have been quiet," Adams tells Inside The Auburn Tigers. "I already have my top two schools so I have just been sitting back waiting to make my decision. I'm going to choose between Auburn and Tennessee."

A visitor to both colleges for a camp this summer and with offers from over a dozen programs including Alabama, Georgia Tech, Ole Miss, South Carolina and Virginia Tech, the explosive 6-3, 180 high school quarterback who will play receiver on the next level says both the Tigers and Vols just have a lot going for them and he gives his feelings on each, beginning with Tennessee.

"I like them and the style of their offense," Adams says. "They throw the ball a lot. I like the surroundings. Coach Trooper (Taylor) is cool, plus he's a good position coach."

Adams is a big target who has a knack for finding the football.

A visitor to Auburn several times for both individual and 7-on-7 camps in his high school career, Adams breaks down his thoughts on the Tigers as well.

"Auburn, I have been going there since the 9th grade," Adams says. "I have been liking Auburn for a long time. I've gotten familiar with the coaches, Coach (Greg) Knox, Coach (Tommy) Tuberville, Coach (Will) Muschamp. When I go there I feel like I'm at home."

With his list down to just two, Adams says he plans to make his decision before he goes back to school this fall. His first day is just around the corner, forcing Adams to ponder the pros and cons of both schools in order to make his choice.

"I'm going to make my decision before we go back to school," Adams says. "We start back on Aug. 13. It's pretty soon. I just have to talk to my dad and we'll go from there."

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