In the summer months, Adams wasn't getting too much attention, but that has now changed.
Word has gotten out that Adams is a great athlete and colleges have begun to take notice. Scouts were on hand this past Friday to see Adams in action and he plans to take an unofficial this weekend. What is the latest on E.J. Adams?
"I don't have any offers yet, but teams are starting to recruit me pretty hard," said Adams.
What schools are showing the most interest?
"Mostly schools in the south are on me right now. Schools like Clemson, Georgia, Kentucky, Florida, Auburn, South Carolina, Duke, North Carolina and a few more."
Who are the favorites for Mr. Adams?
"Georgia is on top of my list right now. Then Tennessee, South Carolina, Clemson and some others."
Adams looks to take an unofficial this weekend…
"I am heading up to Clemson this weekend and am looking forward to that. It will be my first trip there."
Adams has played some of about everything on the offensive side of the ball this year. He has played a little quarterback , running back (46 carries/223 yards/5 TD's) and wide receiver (27 receptions/357 yards/7 TD's). He has also played a little defense at cornerback and averages 40 yards as the Bulldogs punter.
This interest on Adams is growing as they see his playmaking ability and he has the athleticism to play offense or defense on the college level. This past weekend, both Kentucky and South Carolina coaches were there getting a look at Adams along with other North Gwinnett prospects.
Adams is a prospect to keep your eye on as he is beginning to turn some heads. Scout.com will keep you informed on North Gwinnett's E.J. Adams throughout signing day 2005.
Adams Heading to Clemson Saturday
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