It started off a little slow for Montravius Adams this week after he returned from his official visit to Clemson on Sunday.
Monday was relatively quiet on the recruiting front because he traveled to Atlanta to be a guest on The Next Class: 2013 shown on Fox Sports South.
It got going on Tuesday with one school, then it will be two schools on Wednesday, then four schools on Thursday will make their way into Vienna, Ga.
Florida spent time with Adams on Tuesday and Oregon and USC will be at Dooly County Wednesday afternoon.
Then it gets a little more interesting on Thursday.
"Georgia, Auburn, Alabama, and Clemson all come through tomorrow," Dooly County head coach Jimmy Hughes told Scout Wednesday morning.
When Scout asked what time the coaches were coming in from each school, Hughes said, "It will be later today before I tell them what time they can come in and how long they have with him."
It is going to be tough because each coach will want to spend a good amount of time with the five-star defensive tackle.
It could be pretty entertaining as the coaches play musical chairs inside Dooly County's field house on Thursday.
Coach Hughes even invited Scout.
"You guys want to come too? It should be fun to watch."
Adams has already officially visited Clemson and Florida. He will visit Alabama this weekend and he is scheduled to visit Georgia the next weekend. He has yet to schedule a fifth official visit, but he mentioned Auburn and USC as possibilities for that February 1 weekend.
The No. 11 prospect in the country plans to announce his decision on Signing Day.
Circus at Dooly County Thursday?
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