DT Montravius Adams Profile
And that's just fine for Montravius Adams, the 6-foot-3, 285 pound force who first hit the scene in the annual Georgia Junior Bowl late last year.
While Clemson offered first, a host of other schools, including Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Miami and Michigan State have
since moved in.
"It feels pretty good. A lot of people don't have the chance to go do what
I'm going to do," he told CUTigers. "I like this. I know it' not
going to last much longer, but I've got to enjoy it while it's here."
At the Junior Bowl, Adams listed Clemson as his No. 1 school. Is that
still the case?
"They're kind of at the top."
Who else is in the mix?
"I'll have to go visit some more schools. I'll have to tell you when I
Adams has taken Junior Day visits to Auburn and Clemson. He'll also head
to Georgia, Florida and Alabama.
As for the Clemson trip, Adams said: "I liked it. It was pretty good."
What stood out?
"They're good in both sports [football and basketball]. The coaches are
As a junior, Adams had 85 tackles, 45 tackles for loss and two sacks.
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