Little Rock (Ark.) Central Arkansas Christian four-star receiver Joe Adams is ready to end the recruiting process and will make his decision on Friday evening on a local television newscast.
Central Arkansas Christian athletic director Doug Killgore confirmed that Adams will announce his decision on the 9 p.m. CST newscast of KLRT Fox 19.
"Both he and his mother will be there and they're going to announce where he will be signing with on the broadcast," Killgore said. "This is something that they wanted to do together, and we're really excited for Joe and his family to get this opportunity."
Adams ranks as the No. 27 receiver in the nation and the No. 190 player in the nation overall. He has been one of the most difficult players in the nation to get a real read as to what school he's going to commit to.
There is some speculation that he's heading to the SEC and will pick either Georgia or Florida, but USC is also a major possibility after he fell in love with Los Angeles at the Rising Star Camp.
But other powers like Clemson, Oklahoma and Texas A&M are also involved. Adams, to his credit, hasn't tipped his hand during much of the recruiting process.
In 2006, Adams, who is 6-foot and 167 pounds, had 857 yards rushing and 14 scores. He also had 29 receptions for 633 yards and nine scores. Rivals.com also ranks him as the No. 5 overall deep threat in the nation.