Adams Wants To Explore Options

Martavius Adams, a Top 100 prospect, was once committed to the Georgia Bulldogs. Now, according to his father, things have changed.

Martavius Adams, according to his father, has elected to re-open his recruitment and begin the process all over again.

According to Mark Adams, the father of the 6-foot-8 center from Irwinton (Ga.) Wilkinson County, wants to check out other schools and felt that by being committed to Georgia, programs were reluctant to speak with him out of respect for the commitment.

"He wants to keep his options open," Mark Adams said. "I just want to let everyone know that he's back on the market and other schools can start recruiting him."

Adams transferred from Baldwin to Wilkinson County. He also switched AAU teams from the Smyrna Stars to the Atlanta Celtics. He's a big force inside and if you dump him the rock he'll convert. He's got excellent size and plays his area efficiently. High-major schools will be interested in this Top 100 caliber talent.

According to his father, Florida, Florida State and Alabama are among the schools his son would be interested in hearing from. Many of them recruited him the first time around prior to the Georgia commitment.

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