Offers stack up for 2013 DL Adams 

January, 10, 2012
After a junior season in which he made 84 tackles, including an outrageous 45 tackles for loss and 10 sacks, defensive tackle Montravius Adams (Vienna, Ga./Dooly County) arrived for Rising Seniors last month in Atlanta with an offer from Clemson and some of the most impressive highlights in the entire Peach State. After dominating in practice all week and impressing in the Georgia Junior Bowl, Adams has since picked up offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia and Kentucky.

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Tom Hauck for ESPN.comGeorgia gained back some of the ground it lost with Montravius Adams when he visited Athens for the first time in two months this past weekend.
“It has been good getting all of these big-time offers,” Adams said. “I know playing in this Rising Seniors game helped me a lot with my stock. It feels good to know I have the grades and chance to go to a big-time college and play football.”

Maryland coaches came by his school last Friday, and the Terrapins are contemplating offering soon. LSU is expected to stop by this week, while FSU, Georgia Tech, Michigan State, Nebraska, Oregon, Tennessee and Texas A&M are showing interest.
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