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With an MVP honor at Saturday's Nike Combine in Buford, defensive tackle Marcus Adams is now making a name in recruiting circles and hoping for more interest from one school.
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From sophomore season ...
I watched the NFTC video and was wondering who this guy was. No matter who the blocker, he was able to get to the bag as if no one was in front of him. One rep it looked like the coaches adjusted the o-lineman to protect his inside and once the play started the coach said "d*mn, he still got inside." I was thinking he was just another big recruit who was set on going out of state. I had no idea he had so much interest in us.
The good news for him is UGA needs DEs bad. If Garrison puts himself in position to go pro, next year's team stands to be really thin at the position.
Got to pull for the kid too. Hope it happens for him.
Well, if he carries his weight well then I wouldn't have a problem having him on UGA's roster, hopefully this isn't a bad comparison but Melvin Ingram seemed a bit undersized and we all know what kind of damage he could cause. Anyone else think he could be that type of player?
This post was edited by TampaDAWG on 4/24/2012 at 2:25 PM
Preferred walkon maybe? At least...
For those of you who remember....Eddie "Meat Cleaver" Weaver was undersized. The rest is history.
Yes Dave, He played very big. He was a Beast on the field!
Born and bred Bulldog, living in Maryland since '88
I wish more recruits had the desire and heart that this guy has. Strait up he says "I want to be a dawg" and "I will do whatever". No recruiting games, just plain honesty...says what he wants and what he is willing to do to get there. Wherever he lands, he has the passion to make it on the next level. Good Luck to you Marcus Adams!
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