Perkins getting a lot of attention

It's obvious where one Mississippi's top talents is getting most of his attention from. For Forest County Ag High School talented athlete Adarrius Perkins the gifted wide receiver definitely has a lot of options. Will Perkins make a trip to Knoxville? Go "Inside" for that answer and many more about his current recruitment.

It's obvious where one Mississippi's top talents is getting most of his attention from.

For Forest County Ag High School talented athlete Adarrius Perkins the gifted wide receiver definitely has a lot of options.

"All the in state schools are recruiting me the hardest," Perkins admitted to InsideTennessee.com. "Ole Miss and Mississippi State are really after me. I'm probably hearing from them a lot more than I am the others."

The others also happen to include the University of Tennessee.

"Don't get me wrong, Tennessee is still definitely recruiting me," Perkins said. "I haven't heard from them quite as much as the others."

Perkins still plans on visiting Knoxville in the next couple of months.

"Most definitely," Perkins said. "I want to get up there to one of their camps. I want to get to know their coaching staff better and show them what I can do."

Perkins, a 6-foot-2, 210 pound athlete with good speed, is rated by Scout.com as a three star athlete.

It appears that Perkins is also a special teams expert.

He has over 700 yards in kickoff returns and several more hundred yards in punt returns, including several touchdowns.

While Perkins admits he doesn't know a lot about Tennessee, he is looking forward to learning more about the Volunteers.

"I don't know much," Perkins said. "I have heard a lot of great things about them."

While it is obvious that the schools in Perkin's home state wants him to stay home, the standout wide out wants to explore all of his options.


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