Adams' mind is settling

Montravius Adams has said time and time again that he does not know who he is going to sign with, but things may be starting to clear up a little with just over two weeks to go.

Montravius Adams has taken official visits to Alabama, Clemson, and Florida so far. He has a visit to Georgia scheduled for this weekend and then the weekend before signing day is still open for now.

Adams may take a visit the weekend of February 1, but he is not sure yet.

"I don't have any visits scheduled right now," Adams told Scout Tuesday evening. "I may take a visit, I may not. Auburn was in here today asking me to visit, USC wants me to visit them too, but I am not sure yet. I just haven't decided what I want to do that weekend yet."

That decision is a big one, but there is a bigger one coming after that. It is one about where Adams wants to get a free education at and who he wants to play college football for.

He has never hinted that his mind may be leaning towards a school or two, but he did so for the first time today.

"I am getting close to making my decision. My mind is getting closer, I have been thinking a lot, and I am definitely closer than I have been. It feels good to be getting close."

Some think Clemson may hold the edge entering the final two weeks, but Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, and USC are all still under consideration according to the five-star defensive tackle.

He spent time in Tuscaloosa this past weekend and he enjoyed his time there.

"I have been to Alabama three of four times now, so I know about the school and all that. I had a good visit and I liked hanging around the players.

"Nothing really stood out to me because I have seen it all before, but meeting with Coach [Nick] Saban was cool. He told me that he really likes me as a player, how I remind him a lot of Marcel Dareus, and how he'd love to give me an opportunity to play at Alabama. He said I could play early if I get in there an work."

The 6-foot-3, 300 pound star out of Vienna, Ga. will now trip to Athens. Georgia will have their shot to win him over next.

"I will go up to Georgia with my mom on Friday and I know it will be a good visit," he said. "I have been there a lot too, I know a lot about Georgia, but it will be good for my mom to see it all again. We will spend some time with the coaches and stuff like that."

After Adams returns from Athens, it will be a week and a half until signing day. That day cannot come soon enough for Adams.

"I really cannot wait. It has been a little crazy and I will be ready for that day. I will be happy when I make my mind up and sign those papers." Top Stories