Adams Excited about Wisconsin

Wisconsin is setting up shop at Reisterstown (MD) Franklin High School, having offer three standout athletes in the past week, including junior wide receiver Jordan Adams.

A new hot spot for Wisconsin as of late has been Maryland, especially at Reisterstown Franklin High School. Franklin junior offensive tackle Pat Allen, junior safety Jacquez Adams and his twin brother junior wide receiver Jordan Adams have all received Wisconsin offers in recent days.

"I found out Thursday or Friday about the Wisconsin offer and my coach told me," Jordan Adams told BadgerNation. "When he told me the news, I just went crazy (laughter). It was another big accomplishment I met and feel honored to receive another offer from a D-1 school. I am just blessed that I have gotten all these gifts.

"I don't know too much about the program itself, but I know a friend of mine in Chris Jones just signed to Wisconsin and I know Russell Wilson graduated from them. Those are the only main things I know about them other than that. We are pretty tight with Chris. He goes to DeMatha and trains with us though. We have fun and we just have that connection and bond together with the sport we all love."

The 6-1, 180-pound sits a three-star recruit by and has seen his recruitment ramp up with new offers rolling in.

"I am enjoying this process a lot," Jordan Adams said. "It is a lot of fun and I am just going to have to choose wisely the right school I want to be attending to."

Holding other offers from North Carolina State, Old Dominion, Rutgers, UNC Charlotte, Vanderbilt, Virginia, Virginia Tech and West Virginia, Adams is always hearing from Boston College, Michigan, Michigan State, Notre Dame and Ohio State.

"I want to basically leave Maryland and see what it is like out there on my own and see the atmosphere of what is going on out there," Jordan Adams said. "Wisconsin is a spot I could see myself taking a visit to in the future as well."

What are the chances the Adams brothers play college football together?

"I think we will be able to play with each other at the next level," Jordan Adams said. "If we break up, then we break up. At the end of the day that is my brother, and I will graduate with him and will cheer for him. He is my number one fan, but in my perspective I hope we stay together. We can't ruin the twin bond that has been going on for six years with football. You just can't mess up that chemistry right there."

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