DT Montravius Adams Profile
Dooley County High School junior Montravius Adams received offers from Alabama, Auburn and Kentucky all offered earlier this week.
"I got an offer from Clemson when I was going into my 11th grade year," he told CUTigers at the Georgia Junior Bowl last week. "My coach called me [on Dec. 27] and told me that Alabama is about to offer me now."
In addition to the schools that have offered, Georgia, Florida, Florida State, Michigan State, Nebraska, Oregon, Texas A&M and Tennessee are also expressing interest.
"Clemson is my favorite team," Adams said.
What makes the Tigers his favorite?
"The way I feel at home there."
He visited Clemson during the fall for the Florida State game.
"It was good. I liked it, especially when they came down the hill. It was a good game. They got a W and won," Adams said.
While in town, the 6-foot-3, 285-pound prospect toured the campus.
"I liked it. I went and toured around, walked around. It's somewhere I would like to be," he said.
Clemson offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell serves as his primary recruiter.
"We talk a lot. We've got a good relationship. He's a good coach. We'd be good together," Adams said.
As a junior, Adams had 85 tackles, 45 tackles for loss and two sacks.
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