Who Leads for Nation's No. 1 Defensive Tackle? Will SEC Get Spurned?

Full Ride@BR_FullRideB/R VideoJune 19, 2012

Five-star recruit Montravius Adams is ranked as the nation's top defensive tackle and stands as the No. 3 recruit overall according to 247Sports.

The explosive 6'4", 285-pound Adams from Dooly County High School in Vienna, GA has landed offers from Clemson, Alabama, Florida, Auburn and Georgia after putting up 84 tackles and 15 sacks as a junior.

Watch Bleacher Report's Michael Felder along with 247Sports' JC Shurburtt and Barton Simmons breakdown Adams' incredible athleticism and physicality as one of the more powerful defensive tackles in the nation.

Which schools lead for Adams' signature? Watch to find out which colleges are feeling good about their chances, as well which school holds the slight early edge in the race for 2013's top interior defensive lineman.

Want to see the greatest high school defensive highlight tape we have ever seen? Check out our piece on Alabama linebacker commit Reuben Foster. WOW!

 

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