The 6-foot-4, 310-pound Adams from Dooly County (Ga.) High School said following his official visit to Auburn Sunday he had a pretty good idea where he will sign Wednesday, and still is seeing things pretty clear now.
Adams listed off the things he likes about each of his finalists, each which he’s visited within the past month.
“Auburn, I like the coaches and the players, we got along real good and I like it here,” Adams said. “Clemson was the first school to offer. I loved it. I can see myself there, I love everything about it.
“Georgia, I like Georgia. It’s my home state. My momma likes it. It’s a great place. And Alabama, everybody knows that’s a great place. I talked to the coaches, they said that they would give me a chance to come in and play. They’ve got the great tradition of winning, and that’s what I want to do, win. That’s one of the best coaches in the league, and I know he’ll help me get in the League.”
The No. 13 recruit in the country according to ESPN RecruitingNation, Adams is scheduled to announce his decision at 9:45 a.m. ET on Wednesday on ESPNU.
Foster’s final word: A bizarre twist near the end of Reuben Foster’s recruitment unfolded Saturday night, when reports surfaced that the five-star linebacker left his official visit at Auburn and was seen in Tuscaloosa with friends.
An Auburn High School senior, Foster also is considering rivals Alabama and Georgia, causing a stir among fans on Twitter and message boards.
The drama reaches its apex Monday night when Foster will appear in-studio on Fox Sports South’s “The New College Football Show”, announcing his decision sometime after 10 p.m. ET.