Sirdarean Adams, a 6-foot-1, 215-pound athlete from Bradenton (Fla.) Bayshore has already been to Michigan State (10-3) on an official visit and he could be back in Big Ten country again for one of his four remaining officials.
"I visited Michigan State (10-3) and I'm going to take an official visit to Ohio State also." Adams said.
"Michigan State was cool. Terrance (Terry) Love was my host and he showed me around campus and the city of East Lansing.
"I liked the campus environment at Michigan State. I had a chance to eat dinner with the coaches on Saturday and on Sunday I did a lot of academic stuff.
"Michigan State is very much in the picture. They (Spartans) are in my top five. I also like Ohio State, Miami, Nebraska and Florida."
Adams has 4.34 speed in the 40-yard dash. Michigan State is recruiting Sirdarean as a wide receiver but he could play running back or defensive back at the next level.
As a junior, Adams had 1,400 yards passing and 800 yards rushing. On defense he had four interceptions in only three games and was named 2nd team all-state.
Sirdarean Adams is the 30th best quarterback in the country according to TheInsiders.com.
Extra Point - Adams remains tightlipped when it comes to naming a leader. Both Michigan State and Ohio State have a legit shot at signing Sirdarean in February. Distance isn't a factor and Sirdarean could leave Florida for Nebraska and the Big XII conference as well. You can never count out Miami or Florida. Adams camped with the Gators this summer.
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