Wenatchee, WA | 6072 | 309 | 5.26E | 2019
Adams has prototype height, he possesses exceptional movement skills for his size and plays with a real nasty streak that really shows up on game day. Has started at left tackle since his true freshman season, was voted all conference last season and is a well respected leader in the locker room. Adams has excellent balance, bends very well for his height and has the athleticism to get into the second level and tee off on backers in his path. He is rarely caught out of position and appears at times to be keying in on defenders in pass blocking with how well he reacts and anticipates rush moves. Adams consistently keeps his legs driving through contact, his hand placement and technique stifling rips and swims is outstanding. He could use to fill out his large frame more but after another year of starting at left tackle, he’ll naturally add more weight. Adams will transition very well to the pros thanks to his size, terrific footwork and the excellent coaching he is receiving in Seattle.
2016: Started all 14 games at left tackle … named first-team All-Pac-12 and second-team All-America (FWAA).
2015: Played in 10 of 13 games during the regular season, starting nine of those 10 … earned first start at left tackle in the win over Utah State … first true freshman to start on the offensive line since 2012 … started nine in a row at left tackle before missing the WSU game and the bowl game with an injury … made UW debut vs. Sacramento State, playing left tackle … made a tackle in the Arizona State game after a turnover … co-winner of the UW’s Travis Spring Most Outstanding Freshman award.
High School: USA Today all-state … first-team 4A all-state from the Associated Press and the Seattle Times, as well as all-state (all levels) from the Tacoma News-Tribune… named the Columbia Basin Big 9 Conference Lineman of the Year as a senior … named a PrepStar All-Region selection … also earned a first-team all-league spot on both offense (a unanimous selection) and defense … helped lead Panthers to a 9-2 record and the 4A state quarterfinals as a senior in 2014 … team went 9-3 his junior season, advancing to the 4A state quarters … a unanimous selection to the All-Big 9 team as a junior … named a “red-chip prospect” by the Seattle Times … also named to the Tacoma News-Tribune’s Western 100 … rated the No. 7 prospect in the state and the No. 34 offensive tackle in the nation by scout.com … the No. 8 player in Washington and No. 41 tackle in the nation by rivals.com … rated by ESPN as the No. 5 recruit in the state and the No. 32 offensive tackle in the country … also a standout on the basketball court … played football for coach Scott Devereaux.