The parity that exists in his final six shows when he tries to name a favorite. "I really don't have a favorite. All are pretty equal right now. I will make my visits after my football season then decide. All have offered me except Maryland and Miami."
The Insiders has Xavier listed as a DE/FB, but according to the Hampton Virginia player, his position has changed. "I played defensive end in the past but I have been moved to linebacker. I like linebacker the best. When my coach switched me, Coach Diaz said I could play either at NC State."
Adibi has helped Phoebus High School to a number one ranking in the Virginia 4-A classification. They are currently the defending State Champions and look poised to repeat. Phoebus has already qualified for this year's play-offs with a perfect 9-0 start.
Winning State Championships is a team effort. Phoebus also rosters three other top prospects. Phillip Brown (CB 5'11" 185), D.J. Parker (WR 6'0" 155) and Junior Jason Bowles are also being looked at by some of the same programs that are trying to woo Adibi. "Most of the same schools are recruiting Philip, except Miami. NC State is recruiting both D.J. and Jason. We have talked about going to the same school. It could happen, but if it doesn't then it will be ok."
Xavier is still growing and since the summer Nike camp, he has added an inch and ten pounds. His speed has also improved where he has recently been clocked at 4.49 in the forty. It also is noted that his brother Nathaniel currently plays defensive end for Virginia Tech.
Adibi has scored 800 on his most recent attempt at the SAT. He looks to improve the score when he retakes it in December.