Rowan County made an appearance in the playoffs last season and finished with a 7-4 record. Adam Wing's emergence as a quality player played a big role in their play. "I thought I had a good season; as a team and as an individual," said Wing.
Wing threw the ball 120 times, completing 61 of those passes for 1002 yards and 10 touchdowns. He also rushed for 531 yards and eight touchdowns.
The 6-foot-4, 195-pound, rising junior plans to visit a couple of Big 10 schools in the next week or so. "I plan on attending Northwestern's Junior day on June 15th. Then I also plan to attend Purdue's Junior day on June 16th," he said.
Wing doesn't have any offers at this point, but he has taken a visit to Auburn, unofficially. He's also receiving interest from Eastern Kentucky and Northwestern.
Offers could come with continued strong performances this summer. Wing also go exposed to several people when he attended the Elite 11 Camp in Tuscaloosa, Alabama a couple weeks back.
"The Elite 11 Camp was a really good experience for me," he said. "I mainly went just to get some exposure as I am going into my junior season. I played well at the camp. I threw a pretty decent ball; my accuracy was pretty good," he continued. "I need to work on my footwork just a little bit. They said that my group was the best group on the accuracy challenge. Overall I was happy with my performance," he finished.
Wing plans to continue working on his game this summer, studying film, and working on his strength and speed.
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