Montravius Adams visiting five schools

Adams is in no hurry to decide.

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5-star DT Adams chooses Auburn

A top-five defensive tackle recruit has made a National Signing Day decision.

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Georgia hosts Montravius Adams, Rueben Foster

The Bulldogs will be making a late push for some of the best in the 2013 freshman class.

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Will Montravius Adams land at UGA?

Adams is one of the top defensive tackle prospects in the class of 2013, and he'll be making yet another trip to Athens this weekend.

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Montravius Adams to visit Auburn

Auburn once looked out of the race for defensive tackle recruit Montravius Adams. But the Tigers have now re-entered the race.

Late Thursday night, Adams told the AJC that Garner's hire now puts Auburn back in the picture.

"I just found out," Adams told the AJC on Thursday night. "Yes, it affects how I feel about Georgia, but I'm not sure how much. I'm still trying to take it all in."

Rather than have a negative impact on UGA, it will probably be more of a positive for Auburn. Adams said he may take his fifth official visit with the Tigers, now that Garner is hired. "Yes, that will probably be it," he said.

Adams is one of the few high school defensive tackle recruits capable of making an instant impact in the SEC, and for a while Auburn was one of his front runners. The loss of Auburn's staff looked like it had knocked out the Tigers, but the hire of Georgia's defensive line coach, Rodney garner, has them back in the thick of things.

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Montravius Adams planning visits

The Gators will have the first crack at five-star defensive tackle Montravius Adams.

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No. 1 DT visiting Clemson

While Clemson received some bad news Thursday with the decommitment of Robert Nkemdiche, the Tigers will have some good news come Saturday as they host the top defensive tackle recruit in the country, Montravius Adams. And he's bringing his mom as Clemson hosts the Maryland Terrapins in what could be the most lopsided ACC contests of the weekend.

Clemson has long been considered one of the top contenders to land Adams. He likes Clemson's coaching staff, which has a good track record of putting defensive linemen into the NFL.

The Tigers currently have a commitment from defensive tackle Scott Pagano, of Hawaii. Clemson's class currently sits at 18 players, and the Tigers have room to take a full class should they elect to do so.

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Top Recruit Montravius Adams Visiting Georgia

Montravius Adams, the top defensive tackle recruit in the country and perhaps the top uncommitted player nationally, will visit Georgia this weekend as the Bulldogs host the Tennessee Volunteers.

Last weekend, Adams took in Florida State's win over Clemson. The 'Noles are not thought to be a major player for his services, but Clemson and Auburn are.

Georgia will look to sway the Peach State native, along with other top visitors.

Michael Carvell of the Atlanta Journal Constitution spoke with a coach who has faced Adams:

Wilcox County coach Mark Ledford, who has coached several D1 signees including former UGA DB Nick Marshall, said Montravius lives up to the hype. "I just think he's another kid from our area that has the potential to be a great college football player. I don't know if I've ever seen a kid with that size be as explosive as he is. I haven't ever seen a kid that big get off the ball as quick and athletic as he is."

For more on UGA football, visit Georgia blog Dawg Sports, plus SEC blog Team Speed Kills and SB Nation Atlanta.

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Montravius Adams Visiting Clemson, Sets Michigan State Date

Clemson is becoming a popular ticket for top defensive tackle recruit Montravius Adams. One week after watching the Tigers defeat Auburn in the Georgia Dome while sitting in the Auburn section, Adams will trip this week to visit Clemson.

Clemson has long been considered one of the major favorites for Adams. Out of Vienna (Ga.) Dooly County. Adams is thought to be favoring both Clemson and Auburn, with Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, and Michigan State also in the picture.

If Clemson does land Adams' signature in early February, it would be the second-consecutive year in which an ACC team has signed the top defensive end and tackle recruits nationally (Clemson currently holds a verbal commitment from Robert Nkemdiche, the nation's top defensive end recruit), following Florida State's signing of Mario Edwards Jr. and Eddie Goldman.

Adams also scheduled his visit to Michigan State this week. He'll be in East Lansing to watch the Spartans take on Notre Dame.

For more Tigers football, visit Clemson blog Shakin' The Southland.

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