Martavius Adams is no longer counted amongst the commitments for the University of Georgia's class of 2007. The 6-foot-8, 245-pound big man is looking for a new collegiate home.
"I decommitted this morning," Adams told Rivals.com. "I just wanted to explore my options with some other schools. I didn't do that before."
Sources tell Rivals.com that academics played a role in the split between the SEC school and Adams.
Prior to committing to Georgia, Adams said he also considered Clemson, Florida State and Miami. The No. 108 ranked player in the class of 2007 said he will consider the schools again, including Georgia, in the second go round of his recruitment. He has visited Clemson and Georgia.
Adams said he hopes his decision to re-evaluate things helps motivate him on the AAU circuit.
"I need to play harder. I think I played too laid back (in the spring)," Adams said. "I played with nothing to prove because I felt like I knew where I was going. I didn't play hard. I relaxed and acted like I had no worries."
Adams has also left Baldwin High School and transferred to rival Wilkinson County, home to Alabama commitments Senario Hillman and Dontrell Taylor.