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Written by Andrew Spivey, September 2, 2013, 0 Comments,
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Sunday marked the first day college coaches could place a call to 2014 prospects in the recruiting circuit.

One of the first calls Will Muschamp made was to Lewisville (Tx.) Hebron safety Jamal Adams, is considered to be Florida’s top safety target this year.

“Coach Muschamp did talk to Jamal last night,” George Adams, Jamal’s father, said. “He was just talking to him about his game on Friday and telling him that they need him as a coverage safety at Florida.”

The 6’0, 199-pound Adams is focused on his high school season at Hebron but he is also in the process of setting up some official visits.

“We will be at Florida on the 21st for the Tennessee game,” the elder Adams said. “We going to Texas A&M for the Alabama game too. Those are the only two we have set up but we also plan to visit Ohio State, Texas and Ole Miss.”

Adams made news on Sunday night when he announced that he would make his college decision know in November.

“Yes, we went ahead and decided it was best for him [Jama] to decide in November,” Adams said. “Jamal has a pretty good idea of where he is going, but I want him to take all of his officials because this is a once in a lifetime experience for him. We should have all of the officials done by November but if not, it’s OK, because we have been everywhere already.”

The elder Adams also made note that his son may be at Florida for the Florida State game in November as well.

During Friday night’s win for Hebron, Adams played both the offense and defense.  The talented safety recorded seven tackles on defense and over 100 yards to go along with two touchdowns while playing on the offensive side of the ball.

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Andrew always knew he wanted to be involved with sports in some capacity. He began by coaching high school football for six years before deciding to pursue a career in journalism. While coaching, he was a part of two state semifinal teams in the state of Alabama. Given his past coaching experience, he figured covering recruiting would be a perfect fit. He began his career as an intern for Rivals.com, covering University of Florida football recruiting. After interning with Rivals for six months, he joined the Gator Country family as a recruiting analyst. Andrew enjoys spending his free time on the golf course and watching his beloved Atlanta Braves. Follow him on Twitter at @AndrewSpiveyGC.

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Sunday marked the first day college coaches could place a call to 2014 prospects in the recruiting circuit.

One of the first calls Will Muschamp made was to Lewisville (Tx.) Hebron safety Jamal Adams, is considered to be Florida’s top safety target this year.

“Coach Muschamp did talk to Jamal last night,” George Adams, Jamal’s father, said. “He was just talking to him about his game on Friday and telling him that they need him as a coverage safety at Florida.”

The 6’0, 199-pound Adams is focused on his high school season at Hebron but he is also in the process of setting up some official visits.

“We will be at Florida on the 21st for the Tennessee game,” the elder Adams said. “We going to Texas A&M for the Alabama game too. Those are the only two we have set up but we also plan to visit Ohio State, Texas and Ole Miss.”

Adams made news on Sunday night when he announced that he would make his college decision know in November.

“Yes, we went ahead and decided it was best for him [Jama] to decide in November,” Adams said. “Jamal has a pretty good idea of where he is going, but I want him to take all of his officials because this is a once in a lifetime experience for him. We should have all of the officials done by November but if not, it’s OK, because we have been everywhere already.”

The elder Adams also made note that his son may be at Florida for the Florida State game in November as well.

During Friday night’s win for Hebron, Adams played both the offense and defense.  The talented safety recorded seven tackles on defense and over 100 yards to go along with two touchdowns while playing on the offensive side of the ball.

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