Four-star defensive tackle Corey Adams (6-3, 277, 4.9) from Scottsdale (Ariz.) Saguaro has approximately 20 offers on the table and there is no doubt that there will be more before the recruiting season is done. Adams has everything you want in an interior defensive lineman. He has size, quickness, and strength.
Schools such as Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Utah, Florida, Tennessee, Missouri, Nebraska, Michigan Ohio State, and Notre Dame have entered their hat in the Adams derby with a scholie offer.
"I'm interested in all the schools that have offered," Adams said. "I'm not even nearly close to making a decision.
"I think the decision is going to be tough because there are so many good schools, but what is helping is taking my time," Adams said. "I won't be making my decision until after my senior season is over and after I take my five official visits."
It is way too early to guess who the lucky schools that will get Adams to visit.
What is Adams looking for in a College?
"Location and the atmosphere of the campus," Adams said. "Then the football program and team chemistry. I want to be on a team that is like a family. That is what I have now."
Adams is thinking about taking in some college team camps, but he's not too sure if he will. He might take in one of the in-state school's but nothing is planned at this time regarding camps.
One thing is for sure, Saguaro has been a hotspot this spring. On Monday there were six D-I schools watching practice. On hand to take in spring practice were Arizona State, Oregon, Oregon State, UNLV, Southern Illinois, Northwestern and Tennessee.
Tennessee and Northwestern were on campus earlier in the day, too, speaking with the coaches. Oregon was campus recently as well.
Does Adams have any plans to hit colleges for unofficial visits this summer?
"I will try to take some unofficial visits this summer but that could be tough," Adams said. "We have our off-season conditioning and I want to be with the team."
Adams has started both ways since his sophomore year. As a junior, he earned all-state as a defensive tackle, all-region as an offensive lineman and all-city as a defensive lineman.
The scouting report on Adams is he's versatile and talented enough to play on either side of the ball on the D-I level, but most schools are recruiting him as a defensive tackle. To give you an indication on how athletic Adams is he will play defensive end as a senior.
Adams currently benched 375 and racked up 52 tackles, five sacks and one fumble recovery his junior season.
It is a pretty sure bet that things will continue to be busy for Adams as the recruiting process progresses toward the day he will make his announcement.