"I read well and I have good tackling technique," said Myers-White. "I'm really versatile. I want to improve my speed and quickness. I also want better footwork on man-to-man coverage and improve my coverage technique."
Last season Adam had over 70 tackles with four interceptions and three fumble recoveries. He runs in the 4.5 range and also stars in the classroom with a 3.7 GPA.
He's been offered by USC, Ohio State, Michigan (father Coleman played there for Bo Schembechler), Michigan State and Stanford among others (he claims 18 total offers).
"I haven't really narrowed anything down in terms of my favorites. Track season just ended so I'm going to start doing that soon. This summer the only camp I'm going to is the Ohio State one-day camp on June 27th."
We asked Adam about his interest in the Trojans:
"They're pretty high on my list. If I had to do a top five right now they would be on there. I called them in April and they said they were interested. Coach Carroll said he liked the way I came up to support the run and the knowledge I have of where I'm at on the field. He offered me a scholarship and they are a school I'm going to look at. I know a lot of people think I'm going to stay in the midwest but that's not necessarily true. Ohio State would be on my top five list as well right now so you don't know what will happen."