Adams, a 5-foot-11 170-pound tailback from Cary (N.C.), owns offers from each of his final five, as well as Clemson, Duke, East Carolina, Georgia, Ohio State, Tennessee, Virginia, and Virginia Tech.
This week, however, Adams's focus is on the Shrine Bowl, where he is learning a new offensive system.
"As far as the counters and stuff it's kind of backwards and I'm not really used to the I-formation as much," said Adams. "I just got to get used to it and be ready for Saturday."
In addition to Adams, who is a Scout.com four-star prospect, North Carolina's Shrine Bowl roster includes two Scout.com three-star recruits – Norman Whitley and Johnny White.
"We're all competitive," said Adams. "We know what we got and we're going to split time."
Of the three ‘backs, Adams posted the better senior season by rushing for 2,688 yards and 29 touchdowns.
Adams, who hasn't scheduled any of his official visits, will make his decision after taking all five visits.