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Adam McLean is one of the top prospects in the 2105 class and has decided he wants to have a short recruitment. The star defensive tackle from North Potomac (Md.) Quince Orchard named a top five of Michigan State, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Nebraska and Pittsburgh.
McLean broke down his top five, which are listed in order.
Michigan State - "They are number one because of the consistency to the relationship that I have built with coach Burton," said the 6-foot-2, 275-pound McLean. "They were one of the first schools to offer me and we have continued to bond up until now. With them being a prestigious school, winning the Rose Bowl and having great academics, I feel like it's a really good deal for me."
Ohio State - "I've been talking to coach Fickell," he said. "They have the same type of thing going on like Michigan State. The relationship I have with coach Fickell is getting stronger and stronger. They were one of my favorite schools as a kid. It's a dream school for me. The relationship that coach Larry Johnson and I have is huge. Penn State would have been up there if coach Johnson would have stayed. They haven't even offered yet, but I talked to coach Johnson yesterday and he still wants me to come play for him."
Ole Miss - "Ole Miss is a little different from the other schools that I like," McLean said. "They were one of the early schools to offer me and took a chance on me. They like me and think I could come in and play early. They've told me that I'm high on their board. I could come in and, with hard work, get on the field early."
Nebraska - "My school has a lot of connections to Nebraska," he said. "The coach Papuchis said he loved me when I was out there for a visit. I'm high on their board and they said they really want me. I could start along with Marcus Newby. That would be a good fit for me. The academics support system is good. Nebraska was the first school I visited other than Maryland. I had a great time out there."
Pittsburgh - "They compare me to Aaron Donald all the time," said McLean. "It's funny because Aaron and I are family friends. It's a good thing that I got to meet with the defensive line coach and see how he does his thing. I have a lot of connections at Pitt and it really isn't that far. I've heard they have good academics and they offered me pretty early too."
McLean has a good reason for wanting to have a shorter recruitment.
"I feel like my situation with my senior season and trying to focus on school would be better if I wasn't worrying about all the offers and recruitment," he said. "I just feel like having a top five makes everything better and I was already think about winding my recruitment down. I'll probably commit as soon as I get to visit all those schools. It'll probably happen sometime in the spring."
There is still room for another school to make a move for McLean.
"There is a slight chance some schools could move in and out of my top five," McLean said. "Two solid schools in there are Michigan State and Ohio State. Florida State and Maryland are close."
McLean does not have any visits planned at the moment, but want to visits Michigan State, Ohio State, Ole Miss and Pittsburgh.
Adam Friedman is the Mid-Atlantic Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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