The trip up to Blacksburg went well according to Adams.
"It was very fun just like last year and I just have a great time competing. Especially in an area around where I'm from originally."
The 2014 prospect says he had a great interaction with the Hokies defensive backs coach as well.
"I worked and talked with coach Gray, their defensive backs coach, primarily."
"He mainly said that they were very tight with offering DBs because of the commits they already have so we'll just have to see how it plays out."
Gray did offer a great deal of feedback for Adams about his game and where it has improved since his camp visit since last season.
"Feedback wise he said I excelled in press man-coverage and my footwork and that my overall game improved a lot from last year."
The Hokies got his latest visit so what's up next for Adams?
"As of now I have UNC Charlotte on Wednesday (yesterday) and I'll play the next few weeks by ear as far as camps."
Adams holds an offer from Newberry and he told us what a lot of coaches have been telling him as of late.
"Marshall has told me they'll follow me through the beginning of the season and that's the deal with most of the schools that are in contact with me."
With his senior season ahead of him Adams talked about his mindset moving forward with his last run with the Wildcats.
"Just going from "good to great" and outworking my competition so us seniors can go out with a bang."
In the classroom Adams says he has improved his overall GPA to a 3.3 and recorded a 1360 on the SAT.
He delved further into what he'll be doing from here on out.
"My main focus is remaining focused this off-season, limiting distractions, and focusing on the things I can control like my work ethic, attitude, performance, leadership, mindset, etc."
We asked the 2014 cornerback if he felt like more potential offers could be on the way from any particular schools and he had this to say.
"I haven't closed the door on any schools and I'm open to everybody so I feel anything can happen with any school."