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UGA Football Recruiting: Montravius Adams' visit goes well for Bulldogs

Five-star recruit Montravius Adams visited Georgia with his mother over the weekend. She enjoyed, which is a good thing for the Bulldogs.

Scott Cunningham

Whatever decision 2013 recruit Montravius Adams makes on where he plays college football, his mother is expected to play an important role. As the Atlanta Journal-Constitution tells it, that's a good thing for UGA. Adams and his mother Debbie Young visited Georgia's campus over the weekend and she said it was her best one - topping two trips to Auburn and one to Florida.

Adams, a 6-foot-4, 310-pound defensive tackle from Dooly County High School, is a 5-star recruit and ranked as a No. 2 prospect. Reports indicate that the Bulldogs are desperate to land either Adams or junior college prospect Toby Johnson at defensive tackle, or maybe both in the 2013 recruiting class.

Adams has said that he won't go to a school that his mother doesn't approve of. Based on her interview with the AJC, that doesn't appear to be the case with UGA.

"I enjoyed Georgia better than the other two places I've been; I enjoyed Georgia real good because ... I don't know ... they just make me feel like family, I guess," Young said. "Auburn and Florida, they made me feel good. But I just feel more comfortable at Georgia."

The Bulldogs are currently chasing an SEC title with only Auburn left on its conference schedule.

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