No one can say LSU's Jamal Adams doesn't aim high. 

The highly-touted safety expected to be selected early in next week's NFL draft didn't shy away from a challenge in an appearance on SportsCenter. When asked who he most wanted to guard in the NFL, he called out the name of a former Tigers standout: Odell Beckham Jr. 

"I definitely want to cover my boy OBJ," Adams said, also noting his desire to cover the NFL's top tight ends. "I definitely want some of OBJ man. He's out there, everybody knows. That's my brother and I definitely want to go against him."

Jamal Adams also said he has $40,000 bet with father, George Adams, that he's selected higher than he was in 1985. The elder Adams was the No. 19 selection of the New York Giants after a standout career as a running back at Kentucky. 

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Jamal Adams then closed with his best impression of LSU coach Ed Orgeron after watching a clip of other players doing the same. 

Adams, who was also featured on Sport Science earlier in the segment, is anticipated to be an early first round pick in the NFL Draft on April 27. Adams stuck around the ESPN campus for the day, appearing "First Take," as well as other live editions of SportsCenter.