Trey Adams, OT, Washington #72

6072, 327, 5.30

Notes: From Wenatchee, WA. Played in 10 games and started 9 at left tackle in 2015. Started all 14 games at left tackle in 2016. Started the first 7 games at left tackle before suffering a season-ending right knee injury in 2017. Sustained a back injury and was expected to miss time in 2018.

Positives: Huge man with a thick build and long arms. Athletic and quick for his size. Moves well for a big man. Shows excellent balance and is rarely on the ground. Despite size, he is effective in space. Takes good angles. Good initial quickness into his blocks. Displays some pop as a run blocker and finishes nicely. Creates movement as a drive blocker. Keeps his hands inside. Efficient pass protector. Sets quickly, has quick hands and a good punch to control the defender. Anchors nicely and is seldom overpowered by a bull rush.

Negatives: Will struggle with elite speed off the edge or explosiveness inside on pass protection, especially if he’s unable to establish firm initial contact.

Summary: Injury history has become a major concern for Adams. When healthy he has drawn comparisons to Taylor Lewan and Mike McGlinchey, who were both first-round picks. With a clean bill of health, he can start at tackle early in the NFL, it just might be a matter of which side.

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