Auburn Tigers Football Recruiting: Montravius Adams Would Be a Perfect Fit
Meet the No. 1 defensive tackle and 5-star recruit, Montravius Adams.
This player is a massive prospect out of Dooly County, Georgia. At 6'3" and 280 pounds, it is hard to believe this young man is a high school kid because he is a massive prospect.
One look at his film and you realize he plays like a grown man. He is not only among the best defensive linemen in the nation, he is also ranked in the Top 10 nationally per Rivals.
It appears one school is beginning to separate itself from the pack for his services, and that school is Auburn.
This would make an unprecedented recruiting class on the defensive side of the ball, with recruits such as Dee Liner, Rueben Foster and Carl Lawson already in the fold.
With the addition of Adams, head coach Gene Chizik and company would have the building blocks for what would be a championship-caliber defense.
Defense wins championships, and Foster, Lawson and Adams would give Auburn three of the top 15 players in the country, regardless of position. Adams has the potential to be a game-changer on the defensive line.
Elite defensive tackles are very difficult to come by, and Adams is the best in the class of 2013. As a junior he registered 45 tackles and 10 sacks. That type of production, particularly the sack total, is invaluable on any defense.
Auburn has a wild card in this recruitment as well, with Adams and the above mentioned Foster being very close friends.
Where will Adams sign?
It appears the addition of new defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder has paid immediate dividends for Auburn, and Adams lists the coaching staff as one of the things that stand out most to him per Jeffrey Lee of Rivals.
As of now, the recruitment appears to be between Auburn and Clemson, but the edge would have to go to the young man heading to the Plains in this race.
Adams has visited the campus several times, including three times in the last four months, and plans to visit for the LSU game as well as the matchup of Auburn and Clemson in Atlanta.
With the decision likely not coming until national signing day in February, look for several other programs to try to make push for this prospect. As of now, however, this appears to be a two-team race.
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