Jerrell Adams talks Michigan, Recruiting

One of the top tight ends in the South, Jerrell Adams, talks about his interest in Michigan and what schools are recruiting him the hardest.

Michigan's defensive backs coach Tony Gibson has racked upquite a few miles in the Palmetto state. It is a state that the Maize and Blue has had some success in finding players, most notably J.T. Floyd, Junior Hemingway and Quinton Washington.

Now they are taking a look at another big-time player in South Carolina. Jerrell Adams, a big 6'5 tight end out of Scotts Branch High School in Summerton SC, , is showing some interest in Michigan. He has had a chance to see them and would like to know more about them.

"Michigan has been talking with my football coach, and Coach Tony Gibson came down to see me practice. I need to see more of them, so I might take an official visit there to learn more about them. Michigan is a great school academically and in football, so I do have an interest in them."

Adams shows the athleticism colleges like by also playing AAU basketball, where he is averaging 16-17 points a game.

Jerrell says he is up to 20 offers, but there are 3 schools that is putting on the full court press for his services. "I would say that The Gamecocks (South Carolina), Auburn and Clemson are really coming after hard. I like the personal notes that they are sending me."

Jerrell expects to make a decision after his football season, sometime around signing day in February.


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