Adams Makes Decision To Turn Pro

Auburn junior Darvin Adams has joined Cameron Newton and Nick Fairley in declaring for the NFL Draft.

Auburn, Ala.--Add wide receiver Darvin Adams to the list of top juniors declaring for the NFL Draft as he has made the decision to join Cameron Newton and Nick Fairley in leaving Auburn early to test the waters of professional football an Auburn official confirmed on Monday.

Following up a huge sophomore season with another impressive year on the Plains as a junior, Adams will leave Auburn as one of the most productive wide receivers in school history. In 2010 he caught 52 passes for 963 yards and seven touchdowns as the Tigers won both the SEC and BCS National Championships.

His most impressive performance came in Auburn's blowout win over South Carolina in the SEC title game. Catching seven passes for 217 yards and two touchdowns, all in the first half, Adams was named the games MVP for his performance.

He finishes his Auburn career with 115 receptions for 1,978 yards and 17 touchdowns. All of that was basically done in two years after Adams caught just three passes for 18 yards as a freshman.

Adams leaves Auburn sixth in all-time receptions, sixth in total receiving yards, and third in touchdown receptions.

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