Top 2014 safety loves unofficial visit 

August, 12, 2012
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Jamal Adams (Lewisville, Texas/Hebron) has always held Texas in high regard. But a recent unofficial visit to Austin improved the Longhorns in his eyes even more.

Adams, one of the top 2014 safeties in the state, made the three-hour drive south with his parents on Saturday and got an up-close view of what the 2012 Longhorns would look like via a scrimmage. That included the team’s much talked-about practice jerseys.

“Man, they were sick,” he said. “I even asked Coach [Darrell] Wyatt if they were going to be game jerseys but he said no because too many people would go wild over it. It helps a little [with recruiting], but I’m not in it for the fashion. It’s just a plus that [Mack Brown] has let them do this.”
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