RB Adam Choice Profile
The Thomas County Central [Thomasville, Ga.] junior likes Clemson and Auburn.
"Those would be my top-two right now. I think I'm at the point right now where I can start narrowing it down," Choice told CUTigers over the weekend. "I'm not sure when I'll have a set day when I commit."
For Choice, several things stick out about the two schools.
Clemson: I really like their support system, the way everything is. Of course, Brandon Thompson, he's from Thomasville. He went there. He, apparently, has a cousin that also went to Clemson. I didn't know this.
My mom told me… She talked to his mom and she was telling me how they loved it. They still go back and they talk to all of the friends they made during his time. So, of course, I get the feeling that it's a close relationship there with everybody. I know from the spring game, what the fan support is.
Of course, the team is close together. I like the town. It's -- I can't say it's based on the football team, but within the school, it just seems like it's that close-knit. It just doesn't get much better than that.
Auburn: Of course, they have the relationships with their players and coaches. They were brining their families there. Of course, it shows that they aren't just coaching you. They want you to be a part of them, build that relationship.
That's something that every player wants to feel. They want to feel like they're wanted. They want to feel like they're apart of something. That's the feeling that I got when I went there.
Choice visited Georgia Tech last weekend.
"I kind of liked that. I liked that visit. I'm not sure. I guess they would be three," he said.
Choice, who plays quarterback for Thomas County, rushed for 1,650 yards and 23 touchdowns as a junior.
Choice with a pair of favorites
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