Adams Updates Recruitment By Missouri

Recently, ShowMeMizzou.com spoke with Missouri offer and 2015 DT prospect Fletcher Adams from Brandon (MS)about his recruitment by the Tigers.

Recently, ShowMeMizzou.com spoke with Missouri offer and 2015 DT prospect Fletcher Adams 6’3” 260 Brandon (MS). About the only thing that has changed with respect to his recruitment since Adams spoke with ShowMeMizzou.com more than two months ago is his timetable for a decision.

Adams has reported offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Louisville, Miami, Mississippi State, North Carolina, and Ole Miss, in addition to Missouri. And, his narrowed list of schools, a list that includes Alabama, Florida, Mississippi State, Missouri, and Ole Miss, has remained stable for the past couple of months. Adams has previously intimated that he plans to play SEC football.

Adams reported a personal best of 4.81 seconds in the 40-yard dash, to go along with a 34” standing vertical jump, and a bench press max of 305 pounds. He also puts the shot for his school's track team. Adams named Missouri assistant Craig Kuligowski as his “recruiting coach”. And, he said that he feels that Missouri is recruiting him hard.

“I’ve been talking to Coach Kool about twice a week,” explained Adams, who went on to say that he feels that he’s a priority for the Tigers. “Missouri is still in the mix for me right now. I like the path they are going to.” “(Missouri) was just in the SEC Championship,” said Adams, explaining what it is that he likes about Missouri. “They’re in the SEC, and they’ve been putting guys in the NFL. I like their defense, their style of defense. I can see it fitting me.” Adams said that he is focusing on his senior season, and has kind of put his recruitment on the back burner until after the season. “I haven’t decided yet (if I’m going to take all five official visits),” explained Adams. “I don’t have an official visit set up to Missouri. I haven’t decided yet. I’ll probably take an official (visit to Missouri). You know, right now, I’m just focused on my senior season.” Adams said that he’ll “probably (take his official visits) after the season”. He said that “basically” he’s putting his recruitment on hold until after the season.

“I’m just waiting,” explained Adams. “Like I tell everybody else, I got all my offers. I got school. So, I’d rather just focus on school and football right now.”


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