Top GA RB Visits Clemson

One of the top running backs in Georgia made an unofficial visit to Clemson on Saturday. How did the trip help the Tigers chances? When does he plan to make a decision? has all the details in this recruiting update.

RB D.J. Adams Profile

5-10, 210 pound running back prospect D.J. Adams (Norcross, Ga.) traveled to Clemson on Saturday for Junior Day.

"I liked it," he said. "It was the best visit I have been to. I really liked the program and the facilities. Clemson has definitely moved up after the visit."

What did Adams like the best about his visit to Tigertown?

"I just really liked the staff. They were very friendly. Clemson was different than any other place I have been. They are more like a brotherhood," replied Adams.

When asked about his current leaders, Adams responded, "Maryland, Boston College and Clemson would be my leaders right now.

"I have written offers from Maryland, Rutgers, Boston College, North Carolina State, North Carolina and Mississippi State. I have verbal offers from Clemson and South Carolina," said Adams.

A decision should come before the end of summer.

"I am thinking about making a decision before the season. It will probably come this summer," said Adams.

One of D.J.'s talented teammates Prince Kent also made the visit to Clemson Junior Day.

"He liked it also. It was really very informative. Clemson did a good job," said Adams.

A few more visits are scheduled for the next few weeks.

"I am going to Maryland on March 7th. I think I am going to Notre Dame the week after that," said Adams.

Adams had 204 carries for 1,462 yards and 11 touchdowns during his junior (2007) season. He also caught 12 passes for 100 yards and two touchdowns. Top Stories