Two-time first-team All-Mountain West selection (2012-13). 2013: Second-team All-American pick after leading FBS with 131 catches and finishing second in FBS with 1,719 yards. 2012: Started all 13 games. Led Mountain West in all three major categories: 102 receptions, 1,312 yards, 14 touchdowns. 2011: Redshirted.
Has a rangy build with good body length and secure hands to palm the ball and make difficult one-handed grabs. Tracks and adjusts to the ball very well downfield. Extends outside his frame and plucks the ball out of the air. Natural hands-catcher. Terrific athlete with good leaping ability and anticipation to properly time jumps and highpoint the ball. Wins jumpballs in the red zone and shows very good hand-eye coordination to take the ball away from defenders. Exceptional production. Has a 39 1/2-inch vertical jump
Lacks ideal functional playing strength to consistently beat the jam and can get hung up at the line. Long strider and is not sudden out of his breaks. Production was inflated from a quick-hitting, lateral passing game.
A rangy, sure-handed possession receiver with starter-caliber, positional traits. Lacks top-end speed and strength. As a 21-year-old, third-year sophomore entering the draft early, is still growing into his body and developing core strength. Comparing favorably to a poor mans Michael Crabtree, Adams possesses very intriguing upside to be groomed.