VIDEO: Trey Adams on Spring Ball Day 13

Dawgman.com spoke Monday after day 13 of Washington spring football with sophomore left tackle Trey Adams, who talked about the offensive line's progression during spring, and more.

On the offensive line progression this spring “We’ve done good.  We’ve had some troubles, but we’re still short on a couple of guys and it’s just kind of hard when you don’t have the numbers. But overall we’ve learned the offense overall and we’re just grinding. Today was pretty hot.”

 

What’s your emphasis for the rest of this offseason? “Just lifting, getting into shape. That’s pretty much it. Working in the weight room, learning the offense more, kind of getting ready for the season.”

 

Do you feel like a veteran now with a season under your belt? “No. I feel like I’ve made some big leaps physically; I can push guys around now. But I’m still a young guy. I’m still learning. I still have to earn my spot every day.”

 

What’s it like going against the defensive line every day? “They’re good. But I think if we practice against them every day – they’re one of the better lines in the PAC-12 – so we’re getting better every day.”


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