2014 Intro: Jawanza Adams

PIEDMONT - Woodmont High School sophomore cornerback Jawanza Adams was in Clemson on Saturday afternoon for the spring game.

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On Monday, CUTigers was on location at his high school for an interview.

"I like the campus a lot. The game, I enjoyed it. That was pretty cool," said of his most recent trip to Clemson

Adams spent some time with a couple of the 2012 Clemson signees during the campus tour.

"Me and some of the seniors, Chad Kelly, Shaquille Lawson and some others [were together]. It was pretty fun," he said.

What stood out the most?

"I liked the pistol a lot. They like to change the personnel up, I liked that a lot. They should run a lot of plays this year, just like last year. They should score a lot of points."

Saturday's visit was the second trip to Tigertown for Adams. He attended last summer's Dabo Swinney Football Camp.

At the camp, Adams worked out at cornerback.

"I like corner better [than playing wide receiver]," he said.

This summer, Adams would like to camp at Tennessee, Maryland, Duke, North Carolina and Clemson.

North Carolina, Wake Forest, Duke and Coastal Carolina are in contact with him.

"I'd like to hear more from Clemson and South Carolina, and North Carolina and Maryland," he said.

Adams grew up a Tennessee fan because his aunt worked as the student-athlete coordinator in Knoxville.

As a sophomore, he had 43 tackles (31 solo tackles), four pass breakups and two interceptions.

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