The 6-3, 235 pound prospect traveled to Death Valley on Saturday to watch the Tigers defeat the Terps. "It was nice. I enjoyed the visit. My dad came with me for the game. We came back last night after the game. It was my first trip to Clemson," said Adams in a recent interview with CUTigers.com.
Death Valley left an impression on the talented defensive lineman. "I thought Death Valley was real nice. It was one of a kind. It was great to visit Death Valley."
The 78,000 plus that filled the Valley also impressed Adams. "It was a great crowd. The crowd really got the enthusiasm up
for the players. I like to see that."
The season for Pelham High is not going as well as Adam's would like, but the prize recruit is doing what he can to lead the team. "We are 3-4 on the season. We are struggling. I am playing well and leading the team in tackles."
When asked if he has a leader, Adams responded, "No, not right now."
The official visit tour is shaping up, but not yet complete. "I am probably going to Georgia and Louisville. I'm not sure about anybody else. I'm not positive if I will take an official visit to Clemson, but I probably will."
Distance will be a major factor as the Alabama star decides where to play next season. "It will probably come down to location and playing time. I would like to stay close to home if possible," said Adams.
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding defensive end from Alabama, right up through signing day 2005.
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