Dooly County defensive lineman Montravious Adams is not a name many people have heard.
After all, he is from Vienna, which is a very small town in South Georgia known as much for hunting and fishing as anything else.
However, the 2013 prospect has caught the attention of some of the best football programs in the Southeast, and the offers have begun pouring in.
"Clemson offered me before every body," said Adams. "Auburn and Alabama offered me yesterday, and Georgia came and offered me today. I think I'll be getting some more soon because Florida is coming by tomorrow and more schools next week."
The 2013 recruit has told people recently that he would like to go out of state for school, but he also knows that is not something that is set in stone just yet.
"It is something I'm really considering," he said. "My parents want to travel, and they have been all over Georgia, but they haven't been everywhere outside of the state."
Although it is early in the process, Adams isn't shy about revealing a clear-cut leader for his signature.
"Clemson is still out front, they have been there for awhile," said Adams. "Everybody else is behind them right now."
Adam's most recent offer came from home state team, Georgia, and the South Georgia star wants to make it clear that the Bulldogs are, in no way, an underdog in his recruitment.
"I still like Georgia a lot," said Adams. "They are another great SEC school, and I like what they are doing. I think Georgia is a good program."
At 6-foot-4, 285 pounds, Adams was one of the most physically imposing players at the Georgia Rising Seniors week in Atlanta, and he made his mark in the game in the game with a couple of physical stops and a sack.
The Peach State recruit knows that schools that run different systems are recruiting him, but he is confident that he can fit in any system.
"We play a 4-4 defense right now, so I play in a four man front and slant a lot." Said Adams. "I like playing inside in a four man front, but I also know that I can bump out and play defensive end in a three man front too."
The next few weeks are bound to be busy for Adams as he continues to receive offers from major programs, but recruiting and making decisions, for the time being, are the least of his worries.
"It will be awhile from now when I decide," he said. "I'll just wait awhile."
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