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
"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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