The #1 5-Star Recruit at Palmetto State will revisit Clemson

Clemson will soon be back as the host for this five-star defenseman considered Palmetto State’s top contender for the Class of 2025.

Amare Adams of Lake City (SC) High School confirmed to The Clemson Insider that he will be back in Tiger Town next Saturday, April 1st.

Adams first visited Clemson last November while attending the game in Miami. The Tigers have stayed in frequent contact with his coaches.

“They kept in touch with my coaches a lot,” he said.

Adams was in Tennessee, Virginia Tech and South Carolina this month. Along with Clemson, he has planned forthcoming visits to Georgia and Alabama.

At this point in his recruitment process, does he notice schools?

“Not really, just the ones I have a better relationship with like South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Clemson, Alabama and Florida State,” he said.

The 6-foot-6, 280-pound junior has offers from all of these schools except Clemson, which has yet to offer a Class of 2025 prospect. But he would like to add an offer from the Tigers if things go ahead.

“It would be an honor to receive an offer from them and it will definitely be something to think about,” he said.

Adams is ranked as a five-star prospect by the 247Sports Composite, which considers him the No. 5 defender and No. 28 overall prospect in the country for the 2025 class. 247Sports, Rivals and the 247Sports Composite all rank him #1 in his class in South Carolina State.

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