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
ArmySports.com: What schools recruited you the heaviest? Which one
Adam Pease: Army actually recruited me the hardest. I also had some other offers from Division II schools in Michigan as well.
ArmySports.com: 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.
ArmySports.com: 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.
ArmySports.com: What's your max bench, 40 speed?
Adam Pease: My max bench is 405lbs, and my 40 is between 5.4-5.5.
ArmySports.com: 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.
ArmySports.com: What other sports did you participate in during
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.
ArmySports.com: 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.