"I really feel good about the coaching staff at Auburn," Adams tells Inside the Auburn Tigers. "I liked LSU and Tennessee, but after talking it over with my father, Auburn is the place for me."
Darvin Adams has a reputation as a physical wide receiver.
Adams, who showed good speed at the Auburn camps, says he is not satisfied with that part of his game. "I run a 4.48 in the 40, but I am still working to get that down. I would say that is my strength along with catching the football. Actually, one of my strongest points is blocking. I actually like blocking."
Adams, who also plays power forward in basketball, is a two-way player in football who also lines up in the secondary for the Harrison High School. He was a standout on both sides of the football as a junior when he played quarterback. However, as a senior he is projected to return to wide receiver, the position he played as a sophomore.
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A visitor to Auburn for both individual and 7-on-7 camps in his high school career, Adams says, "I have been going there since the ninth grade. 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."