Adams has the prototypical size to play left tackle in the NFL. Right now he doesn’t have the technique to play it. I want to see how he develops this season. Adams should probably plan to spend his next two seasons in Seattle.
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Today we are going to look at a highly thought of underclassman offensive tackle prospect. Trey Adams arrived on the U-Dub campus as a three-star prospect from Wenatchee HS in Washington. Adams started nine games as a true freshman before missing the last few games with an injury. He started all fourteen games as a sophomore at left tackle and was named a second team All-American.
GAMES WATCHED: 2016: Stanford, Utah, Southern Cal, Colorado, Alabama (CFP)
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Adams has the size and long arms desired for the left tackle position. He has quick feet. Adams gets out of his stance quickly. He is athletic enough to pull and get downfield on screens.
Adams needs to get stronger in his upper body. He gets beat too often after he engages. Adams needs to work on his hand placement. He struggles with the upper echelon edge rushers. He really struggled against Southern Cal EDGE Porter Gustin.
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