- Kipp Adams, Reporter, RecruitingNation
The spring evaluation period comes to a close this week, meaning college coaches will not be allowed out on the roads again to evaluate prospects until Aug. 1. In order to assess recruits during the summer, schools host on-campus instructional camps. The camps provide an opportunity for each school to get coveted targets on campus and recruit them. As camp season approaches, DawgNation takes a look at five prospects with whom the Georgia Bulldogs have put themselves in solid shape in the last few months.
DT Montravius Adams
(Vienna, Ga./Dooly County)
Early on, Adams said his intentions were to leave the state, all but eliminating the Bulldogs' chances of signing the No. 14 prospect in the country. But a couple of visits to Athens have the 6-foot-3, 285-pound ESPN 150 prospect taking a much closer look at Georgia. The time spent with the coaches and the players while on campus played a key role in Georgia's emergence as a major contender for Adams, and getting him to visit again this summer could be the key to keeping up with out-of-state programs like Auburn and Clemson heading into the fall.
The Georgia coaching staff is in good shape with at least five of its top targets, including coveted ESPN 150 four-star DT Montravius Adams.