"It was actually more than I expected," said Adams of his visit to Corvallis. "Just the whole experience, of them beating USC, the campus, the facilities, hanging out with the players, the whole atmosphere was great. The game was pretty incredible."
OSU leads post-visit, but Adams noted that could be subject to change since he hasn't yet tripped to the other two schools that have offered -- Arizona State and Kansas State.
"Probably I'd say Oregon State but just because I took the official visit and saw them beat USC," said Adams. "But it might change after I see K-State and Arizona State."
The K-State visit is slated for Nov. 11. Adams will take his official to Tempe and ASU the following weekend, on Nov. 18.
He plans on taking a couple weeks after the ASU visit and could then, Adams said he told OSU coach Mike Riley when they sat down at the end of the official visit to OSU, make his decision.
"He seemed like a really good guy and a really great coach. I told him I really liked my experience up here but I just have to look at Kansas State and Arizona State, and then I'd probably have my decision made by the end of November," said Adams.
ALL THREE OF the offering schools, Oregon State, ASU and K-State, are all recruiting Adams solely for his long snapping abilities, he said.
"Just long snapper," said Adams. "That's all they're saying. I just picked it up my freshman year and I've been pretty good at it, people say I'm a natural at it, I guess."
Given that he holds three offers, "elite" might be another word used to describe his long snapping abilities.
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