Huge Michigan defensive tackle headed to Army

6-3, 330 pound Adam Pease spoke with about his commitment to the United States Military Academy. Pease attended Williamston High School in Williamston, Michigan. What are some of the things that attracted you to the Academy? What position will you play at the Academy?
Adam Pease: The atmosphere and the history behind the academy, plus a world class education, both in the classroom and out of it. I will play defensive tackle What schools recruited you the heaviest? Which one offered you?
Adam Pease: Army actually recruited me the hardest. I also had some other offers from Division II schools in Michigan as well. Did you visit the Academy?
Adam Pease: Yes I did, in late January with my dad. I thought it was an awesome place and had a lot to offer, the weekend started well when I met Maj. Lynch; he's an awesome guy. What were some of the postseason honors you received (like All-district, state etc)?
Adam Pease: I was All-Conference First Team, and All-Area. What's your max bench, 40 speed?
Adam Pease: My max bench is 405lbs, and my 40 is between 5.4-5.5. Will you go straight to the Academy or will you go to the Prep School first?
Adam Pease: I am coming on a direct admit to the academy. What other sports did you participate in during high school?
Adam Pease: I wrestled for one season and was a four year letter winner on the track and field team. I did the shot put and discus. Did you talk to coach Bobby Ross? If yes, what did he tell you?
Adam Pease: I did talk to coach Ross and he told me that he, and his new staff were looking to turn things around, and I want to be part of rebuilding a legend. Top Stories