Biography: Awarded all-conference honors every year since his sophomore season.
Positives: Nice-sized lineman who?s been productive on the college level and offers a good degree of upside. Bends his knees, blocks with terrific leverage and gets underneath defenders. Keeps his feet moving, works to stays square and blocks with good lean. Quickly sets up off the snap. Moves his feet well, shows the ability to adjust to linebackers on the second level and effective blocking in motion. Makes good use of blocking angles and body positioning. Better than average footwork sliding off the edge.
Negatives: Sets up with a narrow base. Average strength at the point of attack and does not dominate when one thinks he should.
Analysis: Adams has been a terrific blocker on the Ivy League level and possesses the underlying physical skills to be used at tackle or guard in the NFL. He needs to round off his game and, more important, spend time in the weight room to add muscle and strength to his frame. Solid developmental prospect for the next level.
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