Florida makes impression on Adams

Florida makes impression on Adams

The nation's top 2013 defensive tackle, Montravius Adams, took an unofficial visit to Florida when the Gators welcomed LSU Saturday. Adams watched as the Gators defense shut down the Tigers' offense and took 14-6 victory in the Swamp, which was anything but quiet that afternoon. Get the latest on Adams' visit here.

Montravius Adams said his visit to Florida couldn't have been better.

"I had a great day at Florida, I loved everything," he said.

"(Florida was) always high, I always liked them, but after seeing what they did tonight, I like them more."

The 6-foot-3, 290-pound standout of Dooly County High School (Vienna, GA) kept a close eye on the Florida defense and was very impressed with what he saw.

"They played great defense and I want to be on the team. They played great defense," he said.

Adams was able to spend some time with Florida coaches and said he liked what they had to say.

"They want me to come back for an official and they want me to play end or tackle, it doesn't matter, and they are going to give me the opportunity to start as a true freshman. That's what I want."

Defensive Line Coach Bryant Young had some exciting things to say to Adams.

"He wants me to come here so he can teach me everything that he knows, he wants me to be a hall of famer one day."

Adams' mother was able to make the trip as well and he said she was also impressed.

"She told the coaches that she liked everything," Adams said.

The defensive lineman says he still isn't naming a leader or a top five and he is still unsure about where he wants to take his officials, but he probably won't take them anywhere close to his hometown. Next, he plans to visit Tennessee for an unofficial visit on October 20th when they welcome Alabama.

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