- Kipp Adams, Reporter, RecruitingNation
In what is now widely considered to be the fourth-best state as far as FBS football talent is concerned, the 2013 class in Georgia could be the deepest group of talent to come out of the Peach State. More than 200 prospects are claiming offers at the moment, which would easily surpass the 170-180 FBS signees the state has averaged over the last three years. In this feature, RecruitingNation takes a look at the top five remaining uncommitted prospects in Georgia.
Montravius Adams, DL, Vienna (Ga.) Dooly County, 6-foot-3, 300 pounds
No. 3 prospect in Georgia
In the mix: Clemson, LSU, Oregon, USC
The latest: Adams was unable to make his first official visit to Michigan State last weekend, so he will focus on officials to LSU, Oregon and Southern Cal. His coach says Adams plans to take a few unofficial visits over the next two months, including Oct. 6 to LSU for the game against Florida, Oct. 20 to Alabama for the game against Tennessee, Nov. 3 to Georgia for the game against Ole Miss, Nov. 10 to Clemson for the game against Maryland and Nov. 24 to Alabama for the game against Auburn. Auburn has to be considered the leader early on for Adams because they are the only program his mother has been able to visit so far. With his decision not expected until signing day, any of the aforementioned programs should be considered serious contenders to sign Adams.
In what is now widely considered to be the fourth-best state as far as FBS football talent is concerned, the 2013 class in Georgia could be the deepest group of talent to come out of the Peach State.