Jamar Adams: Still Committed to U-M?

Butler (Matthews, N.C.) High School DB <b>Jamar Adams</b> committed to Michigan back in September with the understanding that he would still be taking all of his visits. He's kept to that so GoBlueWolverine Magazine caught up with Adams Sunday night to see how things are going and if he's still a solid Wolverine commitment.

Butler (Matthews, N.C) High School DB Jamar Adams (Sept. 6 official visit, 2003 U-M Camper, 2001 U-M Camper, V-Tech Nike stats: 6-2 1/2,193 lbs., 4.13 sec. Shuttle, 33.2 inch vertical jump … 3.0 GPA/940 SAT) has never hid the fact that he would use his full compliment of official visits, even though he committed to Michigan back in September. Sunday night he sought to put to rest any doubts recruiting fans had of a change of heart. "It was God that told me to go to Michigan and it would take an act of God to make me change my mind," Adams said. "As a matter of fact I thought you might be Coach Campbell calling me, he called me earlier and I'm suppose to be calling him back. Coach Herrmann is coming in tomorrow night."

Adams just returned from his official visit to North Carolina and said he had a nice time. He also has visits set up for South Carolina (1/16) and Florida State (1/23). "I'm just going to see the places I was interested in earlier," Adams said. "Florida State wants to get me down there to see their facilities and meet some of their people. I did receive their offer."

After Herrmann's visit Adams says he'll welcome coaches from Florida State on Tuesday, North Carolina on Wednesday, and South Carolina on Thursday. He said Michigan Head Coach Lloyd Carr hasn't scheduled an in-home yet. Carr was down to visit the talented back earlier in the year.

Adams had some detailed thoughts on Michigan's performance in the Rose Bowl. "I talked to Coach English before they left and he told me what they planned to do so I knew exactly what the game plan was," he said. "I thought it was a good game plan but we didn't execute very well. Plus, the USC QB was really good and accurate."

He said he also keeps in touch with Michigan commit Charles Stewart.

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