2014 Prospect on the rise: Kendall Adams

FW All Saints Episcopal is loaded with D-1 talent and yet another name to watch for the Saints is 2014 prospect Kendall Adams.

Take one look at the Ft. Worth All Saints football team and you can clearly see that talent is not a problem for the Saints. With the 2012 season fast approaching, college recruiters are definitely going to make the West Ft. Worth campus a destination stop along the recruiting trail. We caught up with one of the Saints young stars today after his team finished competing in the Boyd 7 on 7 SQT.

Standing at 6'1" and weighing in at 190 pounds, Kendall Adams is the next big talent in a long line of great athletes coming out of the Ft. Worth private school. So how does he feel him and his Saints teammates stacked up against the competition on the afternoon?

"7 on 7 is a chance to get better and a chance to work on our skills" said Adams. "We tried to take it serious but we've already qualified for the state tournament so a lot of the other teams out here were taking it more serious than us. It was good practice for us."

Adams is a name to know as the process ramps up for 2014 prospects. He's already made waves at a couple of camps including a Texas camp.

"The Texas camp was great, the coaches teach us a lot" he said. "I went as a receiver for most of the time and the DB coach had his DB's ready. They were real competitive, they liked to press but our receivers coach taught us a lot of releases and ways to get open so it was pretty good. I thought I did pretty well there."

Although he doesn't hold an offer yet, expect that to change in the very near future. With the amount of talent that All Saints has on the field, recruiters won't miss this young man.

"I'm not sure what position I'm going to play at the next level" said Adams. "I'm being recruited as an athlete by everyone so far. I would like to play receiver but I'll play anywhere the coaches want me to."

"I'm hearing a little bit from Oklahoma State, Texas, Colorado and Duke" he said. "That's about it right now. I would like to hear from TCU and Oklahoma. I wouldn't mind hearing from them."

With such a loaded team heading into the 2012 season, Adams said the team only has one goal and it's something that they want and expect.

"Our main goal is to win a championship" said Adams. "That's our focus right now."

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