Tigers Targeting 4-Star Safety

The Clemson Tigers are one of the teams recruiting this 4-star safety the hardest as he prepares for his senior season. When will the top safety narrow his list of favorites? CUTigers.com has the latest in this recruiting update.

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6-2, 185 pound star safety Spencer Adams just returned from Butler High School's summer camp last week.

"I haven't been on any visits," he said. "We had our team camp early this week. We went down to Presbyterian College. Things are going well for me right now you could say."

Adams believes this may be the year for Butler to win the state championship.

"I think we are going to do good things this year, I really do. We are trying to win the state championship this year," said Adams.

When asked about his current favorites in the recruiting process, Adams responded, "Actually I have added two more teams to my top schools. They are Florida and Miami. I now have like a top seven. The others would be North Carolina, Clemson, North Carolina State, Michigan and Virginia."

Don't expect the prize recruit to take any more visits this summer.

"Right now I don't have any visits planned. Right now financially I can't afford to go down to Florida. I am going to wait until I take my official visits," he said.

Clemson will likely get an official visit from the 4-star safety later this fall.

"I am definitely going to try to take official visits to Florida, Michigan and Clemson," said Adams. "I will probably narrow things down around the middle of my season. I will probably wait until after the season to make a decision. I'm not real sure though."

Which teams are recruiting the Butler standout the hardest right now?

"Florida, Clemson and North Carolina would probably be the three," replied Adams.

When Adams selects his college destination, the track program will be a major factor.

"It is going to be a big part of my decision," he said. "I want to go to a school that caters to both sports. They all have accolades in both sports, but I want to go where they have a good football program and a good track program."

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