After watching tape on Adams, it wasn't hard to see why.
Adams isn't going to have a Brett Favre throw the ball through the wall type of arm, but he has plenty of arm strength to make the necessary throws. He can deliver the ball from multiple angles delivers the ball with touch.
Adams has the ability to beat a team with his legs as well. While he is not going to duplicate his high school numbers of 1,200 yards rushing as junior in college, he has enough mobility to hurt opposing teams much in the way that Tyler Watts did for Alabama a few years ago.
A coach's son, Adams is well schooled in the game, and that attribute is as important as any when discussing the potential of a quarterback to lead his team to victories.
With 8 full minutes of video, Total Access Pass Subscribers will have plenty of time to get a good look at Vanderbilt's quarterback of the future.
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