"It was just a beautiful place to come visit," he said. "I really got to know the coaches. Usually you just get a bunch of letters and don't get to see their faces. But I got to meet Coach [John] Bunting. He a good person and just had a real positive attitude about everything. That was real good, because I feel more comfortable talking to the head coach than the position coaches.
"It was a great place and I had fun, and I got a chance to see how living on campus would be."
Adams, 5-foot-11, 175 pounds, reportedly runs the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds. He transferred to Glenville from Lakewood (St. Ed's) after his junior season. There, Adams rushed for 800 yards and nine touchdowns in 2004 while playing tailback. He also had eight interceptions.
Scout.com experts say Adams is being recruited as an athlete, but projects as a cornerback. He could also be used as a return specialist as well.
"I can check man-to-man and I'm good at reading the quarterback's eyes as well as reading the receiver," he said. "I'm quick and I make plays."