Junior defensive tackle Montravius Adams of Georgia's Dooly County recorded nine tackles for loss and 13 total stops in a performance two weeks ago he called his best to date as a high school player.
"I just had a good week of practice," Adams said. "I used speed, strength and a couple of moves."
That type of effort isn't rare for Adams, a 6-feet-3, 282-pounder who has been selected to play in the state's Rising Seniors game in December and bench presses 315 pounds.
In fact, colleges are taking notice.
A lot of them.
Clemson already has offered Adams, and several other schools are showing interest.
"I'm hearing from Georgia, Alabama, Auburn, FSU, Michigan State, Oregon and Florida," Adams said. "I'd say Alabama, Georgia or FSU [might be next to offer] because they all write me a lot."
Nobody, however, writes Adams as much as Clemson, he added.
"If it ain't every day, it's a lot that week," Adams said. "They write all the time.
Adams attended the Tigers' recent home game against FSU and liked what he saw on and off the field.
"I had a good time," he said. "It was a great game. They've got some pretty good players. I liked the hill and they had a great atmosphere. It was real loud. They've got a good school. And they've got nice coaches."