Looking Forward to Summer Camps

South Forsyth's Brian Adams eager to show college coaches in person what he can do this summer.

Brian Adams wants college coaches to know just how hungry he is to play college football.

The Cumming High standout has not picked up any scholarship offers yet but that doesn't mean he is going to sit idly by and hope that one is eventually going to come in the mail.

He plans on working for it.

"I am going to go to a few summer camps," Adams told GAVSV.com "I just want to show the coaches what I can do and how much I enjoy playing the game. I am goping that I will get an offer when they see me."

The 6-foot-4, 205-pound quarterback already knows three schools that he will definitely camp at in a few months.

"I am going to Clemson on June 7," Adams said. "Then I am going to Alabama on June 9 and I know I will be at Auburn sometime around then."

The trip to the campuses of the Crimson Tide and the Tigers won't be the first as Adams has already attended Junior Days at both programs. He also has been to one at Kentucky.

So what does he think of those three schools having seen them in person?

Alabama: "It is very nice there. The facilities are phenomenal and I had a very good time."

Auburn: "We got to go on the field, which was very nice. I liked it there, too."

Kentucky: "I got to see the Kentucky basketball team play. And I also go to watch film with the coaches."

Adams plays quarterback at Cumming and recently ran the 40-yard dash in the 4.4-second range at Competitive Edge, where he is an employee.

Coupled with his impressive size, that type of athleticism means he could wind up at a number of positions at the next level.

"I am trying to pursue quarterback," Adams said. "But if it so happens that I have to play wide receiver, tight end or safety in college that's fine. I will play anywhere."

Adams, who has been getting mail from Clemson and Maryland, hopes that no matter what program it is, coaches see how hard he is willing to work.

"I am going to bust my but on the field in the classroom and on the field," Adams said. "I have a 3.93 GPA and I am trying to improve that and I am also trying to get better at football. I am just going to keep working hard."

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