With offers from Penn State, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh and Stanford amongst many others, Pittsburgh (Pa.) Central Catholic junior inside linebacker David Adams is one of the most highly touted linebackers in the country. On Saturday, he added another to his long list of suitors when the Wolverines came calling and extended an offer.
“(Linebackers) Coach (Chris) Partridge asked me to call him, so I called and they offered me,” Adams told The Michigan Insider. “I talked to Coach Partridge, Coach Zordich, and Coach Brown. I was very excited. They have a very good program and school. I’m excited to learn more.”
Adams mainly talked to defensive coordinator Don Brown, who expressed high praise in his game and the desire to coach him in Ann Arbor.
“I talked to Coach Brown the most and he just said that he really likes me, wants to coach me and wants me to come up for spring ball,” said Adams.
After receiving the offer, the six-foot-two, 225-pound hard-hitter now has some strong feelings on the Wolverines and its recent recruiting class.
“Yes, I’m definitely interested,” said Adams. “They have a very good school and their football program is very good. I was very impressed with the 2016 class they put together. Its definitely intriguing to see a really good class like that come in. I’m friends with Khaleke Hudson, so I will be talking to him for sure.”
Still, Adams is not in any rush to make a final decision and plans to visit a few schools in the coming months.
“Possibly might visit Michigan, but don’t have anything else set up yet other then Penn State next weekend and Notre Dame in March,” said Adams. “I don’t have any favorites right now.”