Sean Sutton Racking Up Frequent Flier Miles

Sean Sutton has had a busy five days as he has been as far east as Georgia and as far west as California making in-home visits with many of Oklahoma State's top prospects. visited with one of those prospects Wednesday evening to see what transpired when the Cowboy head coach met with him, his mother and his high school coach.

Martavius Adams, the 6-foot-8 1/2, 265-pound center out of Irwinton (Wilkinson County), Ga., was one of six players that Sutton visited in the last few days. The soft-spoken, polite big man (he always answers, "Yes, sir" or "No, sir") did not shed much insight into Sunday night's visit with Sutton and OSU assistant coach Kyle Keller other than to say "it went pretty good."

Sutton and Keller met for two hours with Adams (ranked as the 17th best center prospect in the nation by, his mother Marjorie and Wilkinson County High School head coach Aaron Geter. "I really didn't have a lot of questions," Adams said. "We kind of talked about everything when I went on my visit (Sept. 1-2). I can tell Coach Sutton is a very, very good person."

It appears to be a three-team race for Adams, who said that he had an in-home visit from LSU head coach John Brady on Tuesday, and met with Cincinnati on Wednesday. He will take an official visit to Cincinnati this weekend, and then plans to make the trip to LSU the following weekend (Sept. 22-23).

Adams said there is not a leader among the three, but he does expect to make a decision shortly after returning to his home in Georgia following his final visit. "I think it'll be a couple days after that," he said.

Sutton also made in-home visits to James Anderson (Saturday), Leonard Washington (Saturday), Tracy Smith (Monday), Mamadou Diarra (Tuesday) and Jai Lucas (Wednesday).

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