Top Junior TB Visits WFU

With the success of their 2005 recruiting class, Wake Forest continues to get a jump on next year's crop of talent.

This past weekend, the Demon Deacon hosted one of the top players from that crop of talent in Cary (N.C.) tailback Josh Adams.

"Went to Wake Forest to watch the game," stated Adams. "It was the one school I haven't visited and I had and opportunity to see what the school was like."

Adams has also unofficially visited N.C. State and North Carolina in the past couple of months. Although he lacks offers at this early stage, the 5-foot-11, 185-pounder is receiving interest from numerous schools especially the three aforementioned in-state programs.

Just like many of his peers, Adams is still learning the ins and outs of recruiting and has done little research on the various schools that have shown him interest. To nobodies surprise Adams knows very little about the Demon Deacons, but is apparently eager to learn.

"I really don't know too much about Wake Forest to tell you the truth," explained Adams. "I think it's a nice school, and a nice atmosphere."

Adams figures to dominate the recruiting scene as much as he is dominating the opposition. While leading Cary to a 9-2 record, Adams has rushed for 2,756 yards and 24 touchdowns on just 307 attempts (9 yards per carry). Most recently, Adams contributed a touchdown and 121 yards to the upset of Garner and an invite to the second round of North Carolina's 4A State Playoffs.


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