Run-Stopping Adams Camps At Georgia Tech

Tri-Cities, Georgia brought some impressive group of 2013 players to the recent Georgia Tech football camp. Defensive lineman Marcus Adams was one of those top performers. Both in-state schools are showing interest in Adams.

Marcus Adams was impressed with everything about the Georgia Tech camp. "I really liked it and it was one of the few that had physical contact and hitting. I enjoyed that and I feel I had a great showing at the camp." Being able to talk with Coach Al Groh and Coach Andy McCollum was a plus for Adams.

"Coach Groh said he really loved how I went after it. He asked me if I was planning on making return visits to Georgia Tech. Adams let Coach Groh know that he enjoyed his visit and planned on returning.

Coach McCollum and Adams hit it off during the camp. "He told me I had a good camp and took me aside and showed me some things to work on this year. He said that if I could get my hips moving better that I would really improve my play." Coach McCollum likes Adams at the three technique.

The 6'-267 Adams didn't leave with an offer but he feels that one could be coming. "I feel that an offer will be coming from Georgia Tech which would be great. "I like the school and the football program a lot." Adams liked that Georgia Tech is the home town school.

Adams is hearing from many of the ACC and SEC schools. Georgia Tech, Georgia, and Alabama are some of those schools. "I kind of like Georgia but Georgia Tech is right there too. I wouldn't mind wearing the Gold and White or Red and Black. Adams is looking to see which school treats him the best and makes him feel at home.

Marcus is not opposed to going out of state but he feels it would be nice to stay in-state. "I will go to the school that fits me the best and the one that makes me feel at home."

Adams feels his best trait is stopping the run. "I can shut down a running back." Marcus is looking to improve his pass rush by using the techniques shown to him by Coach McCollum. "That is definitely something I will be working on this and next season."


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