Adams Impressed with TCU's win over Texas

Ft. Worth All Saints 2014 prospect Kendall Adams was in person to watch the Frogs win over the Longhorns.

Ft. Worth All Saints won the SPC football championship a few weeks back and since that time many of the top players on the team have turned their focus to recruiting.

The Saints are loaded with next level talent and while Demetrius Knox, Daniel Gresham and Foster Sawyer are the most talked about 2014 prospects, perhaps the most talented is athlete Kendall Adams.

At 6-foot-1, 180-pounds, Adams was a two-way starter for the Saints as a receiver and free safety. Adams hauled in 4 touchdown passes and was second on the team with 79 tackles and led the team with 4 interceptions.

Adams was down in Austin on Thanksgiving for the Texas-TCU game as a guest for the Longhorns. However, he caught himself cheering for Frogs as the game went on.

"I went down to the Texas game and started liking TCU more," he said. "I liked it, I was pulling for TCU to win and they were making plays to keep the crowd quiet. I've been to a couple of Texas games and that's the quietest I've ever heard it. It's like they expected to kill TCU and they got surprised and shocked I guess. I thought the defense played great and made turnovers when they needed to."

TCU's win in Austin proved many doubters wrong who expected the Longhorns to easily win on senior night. For Adams, TCU's win proved that with the good coaching staff, the Frogs can go anywhere and win.

"They can go anywhere and win," Adams said. "The coaching staff has confidence in their players and the players have confidence in their coaches to go out and win against anybody."

Adams says recruiting has stayed pretty steady on the recruiting front with two teams showing the most interest.

"I'd say Oklahoma or Washington State," he said of teams recruiting him the hardest. "They haven't told me what they're recruiting me for yet."

Now that football is done, Adams has turned his focus to the hardwood helping the Saints to an early 2-0 record.

"Until a couple of years ago I thought I was going to be a basketball player in college," he said. "But I guess my body developed and I turned more into a football player but I feel like I can still play basketball."

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