Two Southeastern Conference programs, one who has been strongly in the mix for some time and another who recently jumped in, have taken the lead for Kennesaw (Ga.) Harrison wide receiver Darvin Adams.
"Auburn and Tennessee are my leaders," he said.
The Tigers have been at or near the top of the 6-foot-2, 181-pounder's list for the majority of the recruiting process. Will Muschamp is recruiting Adams for Auburn.
"I am going to camp at Auburn this summer," Adams said. "Auburn and Georgia."
Tennessee wide receivers coach Trooper Taylor, one of the top recruiters in the Southeastern Conference, has put the Vols near the top of Adams' list.
"I like their offense and their academic program," Adams said. "I also like their wide receivers coach (Taylor)."
Adams plans to make an unofficial visit to Knoxville during the summer to get a close look at the Vols program.
"I just don't know when," Adams said.
The Bulldogs have yet to offer Adams a scholarship, but wasn't ready to say that UGA would jump into his top group if it did decide to extend one.
"I don't know," Adams said. "I like UGA. But I just don't know."
Adams added that he plans to make a decision this summer.
In addition to Tennessee, Adams recently picked up offers from Colorado and Minnesota. Wake Forest, South Carolina, Ole Miss and Georgia Tech previously had offered Adams.
Adams was the Most Valuable Player at the wide receiver position at the Athens NIKE Camp in April. Playing quarterback for his high school team, he had 20 total touchdowns during the 2006 season.