"I had a pretty good time, but I thought it would be a little better really," Montravius Adams told Scout.
"I didn't hear from the coaches at all while I was there and I was surprised by that. I thought they would come talk to me, show me a little attention, and all that, but they really didn't.
"The crowd was great, the fans created a great atmosphere, and I enjoyed that part of the visit, but it just wasn't what I expected it to be overall."
Florida State was one of the many schools to offered Adams a scholarship early in January 2012 and they have been on his radar since.
After this visit, he is not sure what he thinks about the Seminoles.
"I need to think on it a little," he said. "I am not sure if they are still on my list or not right now. I loved the crowd, but I did not get to talk to any of the coaches."
The No. 1 defensive tackle in the country has not officially made a list of schools yet, but he has three schools he knows he will visit officially.
"I am not visiting schools close to home when I take officials, so USC, Oregon, and LSU are schools I plan to visit officially. I do not have the dates set yet though."
He is still considering a lot of schools and on is in-state school, Georgia. He may visit them next weekend when they host Tennessee.
Adams plans to take his five official visits before he makes his decision.
Adams expected more at FSU
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