"I still like Virginia Tech, Maryland, Michigan, Penn State, South Carolina, Clemson, North Carolina State, Georgia, Auburn and Oklahoma. They're all pretty much even. I'm still doing some thinking. I want to narrow it down sometime during the season," Adam Patterson said.
What does he like about the SEC schools that are still in contention?
South Carolina: "I just like the head coach Steve Spurrier and the new coaching staff they have."
Georgia: "I like their defense a lot."
Auburn: "I like what they did last year and some of the players they have."
Does Adam have a preference for what conference he'd like to play for?
"I think the ACC and the SEC are both very good so it's going to be tough on my part. I think they're pretty much even. They both have really good schools."
Patterson doesn't have any camp plans at this time.
"We haven't really talked about camps so I don't know about any of them right now. I still need to sit down and look at the schools and what not."
The South Carolina star says he didn't grow up a fan of anyone as a child.
"I could leave the state or stay here. It doesn't really matter to me. I'm not really getting much pressure to stay in state. I really didn't watch college football because I didn't think I was going to play. This is only my third year of playing. I played basketball and swam before that. I made a promise to my coach one year that I would come out for football and that's what I did. I just wish I would have played sooner."
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