People have been making much ado about the performances of Randall Dent and Thomas Ferguson from South Grand Prairie High in Texas. As a matter of fact they both were awarded All-Combine honors for their efforts.
With those types of performances it is easy to overlook another SGP player like Will Adams who pound-for-pound may have been one of the best players at the combine.
To start the day off he was easily one of the most impressive players in all of the combine drills.
The speedy Adams posted solid numbers all the way across the board. He ran a 4.65 40-yard dash, a 4.19 pro-shuttle, a 7.35 L-Cone, and added a 35.5-inch vertical jump.
He was also one of the best in the one-on-ones. He kept blowing past defensive backs and showing that he does indeed have the skills to play at a D1 level.
“I felt real good out there,” Adams relayed. “Some of my favorite moments were meeting all of the coaches and the players and stuff an burning the DB’s! I ran some good times.”
Schools have been tracking Adams very closely and it may only now be a matter of time before one steps up with a scholarship offer.
“Right now I am concentrating on Oklahoma, Texas Tech, Louisiana Tech, UCF just started calling, Texas A&M, and Oklahoma State.”
Adams plans to take his performance at the UA/Scout Combine and turn it in to success at some team camp sessions this summer.
“For sure I am going to Oklahoma camp, TCU camp, and Texas Tech camp” Adams began. “I have to see about what other camps I am going to go to.”