Update: Greenwood 15' WR Markeyvious Adams

We've been saying it all along that coaches and analysts will have to overlook Markeyvious Adams' stats because he plays for a team that runs the wing-T offense so passing is minimal for Greenwood High. The 6'4 wide receiver has 4 offers and after a strong showing at NFTC in Charlotte recently his stock is rising in a hurry. We spoke with Adams to talk about it all in this update.

Markeyvious Adams Profile

At the NFTC event in Charlotte late last month 2015 Greenwood wide receiver Markeyvious Adams had an excellent showing. Scout analysts in attendance pegged him one of the top offensive standouts at the event and the best big wide receiver there. The 6'4 1/2 187 pound prospect talked about NFTC and the latest regarding his recruitment which we all expect to take an upward trend.

"It felt good. I was glad to get some recognition at NFTC."

Adams has 4 offers in hand already and he's still hearing from a lot of schools. One school in particular has stepped up their recruitment of the talented Greenwood junior.

"I've been talking more with South Carolina and the rest of the schools are about the same. South Carolina says they like my film, like the way I go up and get the ball, and that they are coming to see me during spring practice."

The Gamecocks haven't offered Adams yet and we asked him how he'd feel if they were to extend an offer.

"It would be really good but I'm blessed with the ones that have offered already and see me as a part of their program."

A lot of schools may want to see Adams in person before offering and he talked about what his plans are for upcoming camps.

"My first thing is to go to the schools that have offered then I will decide on other camps to attend."

"I'm undecided about graduating early, but I will have my decision before football season is over."

With that said Adams told us there are some schools out there that he'd love to hear from in the very near future.

"I'd like to hear more from Miami, Oregon, Florida, and Mississippi."

He has a message for college coaches as well.

"I know it's all about stats but I know the type of student-athlete I am. I do what it takes to make my team better or win and if it's blocking and putting my stats to the side I will do that. I'm a humble guy."

When it comes to factors that will weigh heavy for Adams when choosing a school he said that having a strong relationship with his wide receivers coach will be important for him.

Adams should see an influx of schools stepping up with his stock on the rise and we'll bring you up to date with the very latest here on SCPrepNation.com!

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