Priority Clemson target Jordyn Adams is getting closer to cutting down his recruitment.
The Clemson Insider caught up with the four-star wide receiver from Cary (N.C.) Green Hope, who gave a timeline for when he plans to narrow his list of college choices and make a commitment decision.
“I’ll narrow my list at the start of the summer,” Adams told TCI, “and decision at the Nike Opening finals if I get invited.”
Clemson offered Adams in October. The 6-foot-2, 175-pounder has other offers from Alabama, East Carolina, Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, Maryland, Mississippi State, Ohio State, Ole Miss, SMU, South Carolina, Southern Miss, TCU and Virginia Tech.
A handful of those are recruiting him the hardest.
“UNC, Clemson, Bama, Ohio State, Virginia Tech,” Adams said.
What stands out to him about Clemson?
“Clemson stands out because of the new facilities and the future that the staff has in store and the environment,” he said.
Adams most recently visited Clemson for the Tigers’ junior day in late January. He also attended the Syracuse and South Carolina games last season.
He isn’t sure when he will make it back to Clemson, and has one visit currently on his schedule.
“Ohio State during April 15,” he said, “but that’s it for right now.”
Adams transferred to Green Hope from Blythewood (S.C.) for his senior year. As a junior, he played quarterback and threw for 15 touchdowns while rushing for 1,000 yards and 11 more scores.
His father, Deke, was hired as North Carolina’s defensive line coach in January.
Jordyn is rated by Rivals.com as the No. 8 prospect in North Carolina, the No. 36 receiver and the No. 187 overall prospect in the 2018 class.