Adams visited the Plains for a camp the summer before his junior season and tried to come back for the senior camp in mid-July. However, after being unable to attend he says he's been excited all week to be able to get back to Auburn.
"I've been ready since this Monday," he says. "I'll be there by 10 o'clock on Saturday morning."
Dillard has its season opener on Friday night against Cypress Bay High so Adams is planning on staying in Auburn until Monday, Labor Day, since he won't arrive until Saturday.
Throughout the recruiting process he's named Auburn and Florida as the favorites, and the Tigers are currently at the top of Adams' list with the Golden Gophers also in the mix.
"It's Auburn, Minnesota then Florida," he explains. "Auburn's in the lead right now. Auburn has everything that a player needs and to do what they have to do. Auburn is a good choice. I'll try to find out the graduation percentage and how many players graduate. The depth chart is a major aspect. At Florida they've got a bunch of young guys."
Adams says his player host for the weekend will be receiver Rod Smith and he has another official lined up to Minneapolis on Sept. 29, the same day Auburn plays at Florida.
Also expected in Auburn for official visits are linebacker Malcolm Munroe from Coral Reef Senior High in Miami, cornerback George Baker from Archbishop Carroll High in Miami, cornerback Jeremy Brown of Boone High in Orlando and cornerback Janoris Jenkins from Pahokee, Fla., High School.