The 6-foot, 185-pounder certainly did that last Friday when he attended a camp at TCU. Adams displayed excellent cover skills and passes the eyeball test.
"I thought there were a lot of explosive people out here, there were good receivers and good defensive backs as well," Adams said.
As a 2014 prospect, Adams is already generating the kind of interest most 2013 recruits covet. He says he's receiving interest from all over the country and he currently holds four offers after his offer from TCU on Friday.
Adams knows plenty about TCU thanks to Hebron head coach Brian Brazil, who played football for the Horned Frogs.
"It's a good program, my head coach in high school and it's a good program from what he's been telling us about it," he said. "He says it's the best school in the country, he says all of it is good up here."