Abrams Talks Recent Visit, Looming Decision

Butler RB Kevon Abrams (5-10, 185) is a prospect who has a decision to make this spring -- whether to stay with the Grizzlies one more season or leave this summer -- and he recently visited Charlotte and


"It was pretty good," Abrams said when asked about his visit to Charlotte. "Chris Brown was my host there and he showed me around and took me to meet all the players."

In addition to his offer from the 49ers, Abrams also has an offer from South Alabama and just received one from Youngstown State.

"Right now, I'm not planning any other trips," Abrams said. "I'm just sorta taking it slow and weighing my options -- sign with a school or return (this fall) and play and then sign with a school in December -- so I have some stuff to think about."

As a redshirt freshman last season, Abrams carried the ball 185 times for 1,166 yards and nine touchdowns, finishing third in the conference in that category.

"I'm a speed back that likes to get down hill, but I also have some power," Abrams told JCFootball.com back in September. "I run better between the tackles, but I also can do some damage outside. My offensive line opens holes for me to get through.

"I have good vision, quickness and patience at running back because patience is the key. Without those it'll be hard to succeed at that position."

Should he decide to sign with a school this spring, Abrams will have three years to play three starting this fall. 

We'll continue to keep tabs on Abrams' recruiting and we'll update things when he makes a decision on his future in the next few weeks.

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