Choice: "It was electric"

Choice: "It was electric"


Choice: "It was electric"


Clemson verbal commitment Adam Choice visited Death Valley Saturday night where he watched Clemson down Georgia.

“It was great.  I enjoyed it a lot.  My mom came with me and she enjoyed herself a lot,” said Choice.

What did the 4-star running back think of the game day atmosphere in the Valley?

“It was electric.  The crowd was into the game until the end.  Clemson has a great fanbase.  It was one of the best I have seen,” said Choice.

Adam and his teammates suffered their first loss of the year Friday night, but he had another outstanding game.

“We lost by four.  I had 187 yards and a rushing and passing touchdown,” said Choice.

The Georgia standout talked with a number of other prospects Saturday night.

“We just talked with just casual conversations.  We asked how each other were doing,” said Choice.

Adam and the four other Clemson verbals from Georgia got to talk again during the visit.

“I talked with Milan, DeShaun, Koris and the Georgia group.  We talk every now and then,” said Choice.

The Tigers have five top prospects committed from the Peach State.  How did watching Clemson down Georgia make them feel about their decision.

“It is kind of interesting because where I am from there are a lot of Georgia fans.  All I hear is Georgia, but it was our decision.  I am really happy with it and we all are,” said Choice.

Adam was impressed with coach Morris’ offense Saturday night.

“It was amazing to watch.  Tajh had a great game.  They ran the ball and were very balanced.  It was good to see,” said Choice.



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