South Forsyth High star Brian Adams may be getting some good news in the coming weeks.
The 6-4, 205-pound quarterback/athlete is scheduled to attend camp at Clemson and it is there where he may find out if the Tigers are interested in officially offering his first college scholarship.
"I will find out on June 7," Adams told GAVSV.com. "I went there last month and really liked what I saw. They treated me very well so I hope they decide to offer me."
If the Tigers were to do so, would Adams consider becoming their quarterback commitment for the 2009 class?
"I will just have to play that by ear," Adams said. "But I guess there's a chance because I want to commit to a school before my senior year. I want to get that out of the way."
In addition to the interest from Clemson, Adams has been hearing from a handful of other programs as well.
"I just talked to Coach Cane at Vanderbilt," Adams said. "Maryland has been talking to me. Wake Forest's wide receivers coach came and saw me."
While several schools are looking at Adams as a signal caller, the Commodores have other plans for the Cumming native.
"Vanderbilt is looking at me as an h-back type of player," Adams said. "It would be cool to play a position like that."
South Forsyth's Adams Waiting on Clemson
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