Christ Presbyterian (Tenn.) Academy offensive tackle Paul Adams has taken in a few summer camps and visits of late and his latest stop was at Mississippi State. The 2014 prospect is also drawing his early share of SEC interest and already holds one BCS offer.
The 6-foot-6 and 255-pound Adams has an offer from Cincinnati and noted that MSU, Vanderbilt, Ole Miss and Clemson are also showing interest.
"This summer I've been to Alabama, Vanderbilt and Mississippi State camps," said Adams. "I also took an unofficial visit to Cincinnati and I also went to a Mississippi State junior day in March. So going to Big Dawg Camp was my second time to be at Mississippi State this year."
And talking more of Big Dawg Camp, Adams said he enjoyed the experience until he encountered a minor injury.
"I thought everything went pretty well until I injured my toe and that kinda kept me limited the rest of the camp," said Adams. "But other than that I had a great time getting to know the coaches and seeing the program."
Adams said he also received some tips from the MSU coaches and plans to keep working on the things they relayed to him at Big Dawg Camp.
"I love their coaches and had a great time talking with Coach (John) Hevesy and Coach (Angelo) Mirando," Adams said. "Coach Hevesy is a great guy and a great coach and is a pretty funny guy, too. Everything he taught us was great to pick up and he showed us a lot of good techniques.
"Like a lot of other coaches, they just told me to keep on adding weight and to keep eating more. And that's what I've been doing all summer."
This fall Adams plans to make a return trip to Starkville and noted of the three teams he is currently interested in the most.
"I definitely want to see Mississippi State, Cincinnati and Vanderbilt play this fall," said Adams. "Those are the main three I like right now."