Offensive tackle Trey Adams from Washington has been on scouts’ radar for several years. The former Huskies lineman is 6’7” and is a tough player to miss on film. Adams has anchored the Huskies’ offensive line the past four seasons. Adams size and strength makes him an immediate target for NFL scouts and general managers.
Adams’ size and strength has had scouts drooling over for the past two years. Adams hands are excellent, and he has impressive power, once he has a hold of a defensive linemen, he rarely loses him. The passing game is another area that Adams excels. Adams does not appear have any trouble in the pass blocking area. Adams picks up the blitz in a quick, efficient manner and he will most certainly get looks at the left tackle position.
The biggest concern that concerns Trey Adams is his injury history. Adams’ agility is a bit of a concern but at 6’7” 328lbs, the agility may be sacrificed for power. The main concern for NFL teams is the durability issue. Can Adams stay healthy? That is a question teams are going to have to answer as we continue going through the draft process.
The projection on Adams is not a difficult one to make. The left tackle position is a need position for every NFL team out there. I would grade Adams out to be a late first-round selection with a good possibility of dropping into the second round, because of the durability concerns.