Shaquem Griffin, a one-handed linebacker from UCF, is projected to be drafted in the fifth or sixth round by NFL.com. Mike Farrell, national recruiting director at Rivals.com, wrote that he would not draft Griffin.

When Farrell tweeted his article, it caught the eye of former LSU safety Jamal Adams. Adams appears to still have beef with Farrell over how the former Tiger was rated as a class of 2014 recruit.

“Shut up you clown!” Adams wrote in a tweet responding to Farrell. “What makes you think you can evaluate NFL prospects when you can’t even do your job and evaluate HS players. You’re the same clown who had me as the 38th player in the country, 3rd best safety, no one cares what you have to say! Don’t ever sell a kid short.”

In the eyes of many, a rating of top-40 overall and top-five at a position would be considered high praise. Adams, however, clearly still considers the ratings a slight and he has not forgotten. To his credit, Adams was selected No. 6 overall in the 2017 NFL Draft and was the first safety picked, confirming he was one of the best players in his class.