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Davante Adams
WR #17
Height:
6-1
Weight:
215
Age:
21
College:
Fresno State
Hometown:
Palo Alto, CA
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Biography

OVERVIEW
One can only imagine what numbers Adams would have registered if he had only stayed the course and returned to college for the next two seasons. In just 26 games wearing a Bulldogs’ uniform, he emphatically stated his case for being the best receiver the school has produced since the heydays of Henry Ellard (1979-82).

Adams holds 11 school records and five Mountain West Conference marks during his time at Fresno State. His 38 touchdown catches shattered the previous school mark of 25 by several players and he has produced at least one touchdown catch in eight consecutive games, doing that feat as both a freshman and sophomore. His scoring grabs also established a conference all-time mark, doing likewise by setting the school and league season-records for scoring receptions.

In 13 of his 26 appearances, he has gained at least 100 yards receiving, the second-best total in the MWC. He also set the league season and career marks with three 200-yard performances last season. His total of 24 touchdowns in 2013 also placed him fourth on the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision’s annual record chart. In eight of the contests, he recorded at least 10 receptions and only four times during his career did Adams fail to record a touchdown reception.

The Fresno State staff knew the kind of talent they were signing when they made Adams the only wide receiver in their 2011 recruiting class. He was a talented multi-sport athlete at Palo Alto High School, lettering in both football and basketball. As a junior, he recorded 29 receptions for 484 yards and seven touchdowns, along with bringing the crowd to its feet when he recovered a short kick to serpentine through the ground for a 67-yard runback.

Adams played on both sides of the ball as a senior, helping lead his team to the CIF state championship. As a receiver, he exploded for 1,094 yards and 11 touchdowns on 63 receptions, perhaps giving Fresno State fans a glimpse of what his future would be when he arrived on campus the following year. As a defensive back, he recorded 44 tackles, two for losses, as he caused a pair of fumbles, picked off a pass and deflected three others.

Regarded as a two-star prospect in both sports, Adams averaged 15 points, eight rebounds and seven assists as a junior on the basketball team. During his final season on the hardwood court, he averaged 9.4 points, 5.4 assists, 5.8 rebounds, 1.3 steals and 0.3 blocks per game.

Adams turned down similar scholarship offers from California, Eastern Washington, Hawaii and San Jose State when he signed his national letter of intent to attend Fresno State on January 28, 2011. That season would be a learning experience for the youngster, as he was first assigned to the scout team, learning Pat Hill’s pro-style offense. A coaching change led to the team scrapping that system for the spread formation, meaning that Adams had to undergo a crash course learning that complex scheme.

Let’s just say that the student soon became the teacher. Even before he appeared in his first game for the Bulldogs, the other receivers were following Adams as if he was the modern day version of the Pied Piper. He was an instant sensation, becoming just the third player in program history to earn his league’s Freshman of the Year Award. The unanimous All-Mountain West Conference first-team selection also garnered All-American honors, as he led the league in both receptions and yards gained receiving.

Adams also placed ninth in the nation with his 102 catches and ranked 10th with 1,312 yards. His pass-catch figure ranks fifth on the MWC season-record chart, while his 14 touchdowns rank fourth and yardage took the fifth spot on that annual chart. He also tied a school record by recording at least one touchdown in eight consecutive games to close out the season. 

Adams and quarterback Derek Adams had developed instant chemistry, as the duo would hook up on 38 touchdowns over their two seasons together. Adams went on to rewrite any of the records he set the previous season in 2013. The Paul Warfield Award winner (nation’s top receiver) led the FBS ranks with school and league season-records of 24 touchdowns. He finished second nationally with 1,718 yards receiving and led the major colleges with 131 receptions, establishing new MWC and team records.

Less than a week after the Bulldogs lost to Southern California in the 2013 Las Vegas Bowl, Adams made a decision to leave school and enter his name into the 2014 NFL Draft pool. He closes out his short career ranked 10th among active NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision players with 233 receptions, leads that group with an average of 8.96 catches per game and also paced the active players with 38 touchdown catches. Just three other players in the FBS in 2013 had at least 30 touchdown catches during their careers. 

CAREER NOTES
Adams started 26 games at Fresno State, where he is the only player to record multiple 100-reception, 1,000-yard, double digit-touchdown performances…Finished with 233 receptions for 3,030 yards (13.00 ypc) and 38 touchdowns, adding 16 yards on two punt returns and one solo tackle…NCAA Career-Record Results…Adams’ average of 116.54 yards per game receiving rank eighth in NCAA history and is the best average recorded by a major college player since Kevin Curtis of Utah State averaged 124.95 yards (22 games, 2,789 yards; 2001-02)…Mountain West Conference Career-Record Results…Adams ranks fourth in league history with 233 receptions, topped by Ryan Wolfe of San Diego State (283; 2006-09), J.R. Tolver of San Diego State (262; 1999-02) and Jovon Bouknight of Wyoming (250; 2002-05)…Set the MWC record with 38 touchdowns, as the former record-holder Austin Collie of Brigham Young (30; 2004, 2007-08) is the only other player in league annals to record at least 30 scoring grabs…Recorded three 200-yard receiving performances in 2013, setting both the league career and season records…Tolver was the only other conference receiver to record at least two 200-yard receiving games…His 13 100-yard performances tied Tolver and Vincent Brown of San Diego State (2007-10) for the second-best career numbers in league annals, Topped by Collie’s 17 century mark efforts…School Career-Record Results…Adams holds the school-record with 233 grabs, surpassing the old mark of 222 by Rodney Wright (1998-2001)…He is just the third Bulldog to gain 3,000 yards receiving (3,030), joining Wright (3,274) and Charlie Jones (3,344; 1992-95)…His 13 100-yard receiving games topped the old FSU record of 12 that is shared by Jones and Bernard Berrian (1999-2003)…His 38 touchdowns shattered the old record of 25 that is shared by both Jones and Berrian…Compiled a string of eight consecutive games with at least one touchdown, accomplishing that feat in both 2012 and 2013...Henry Ellard (1982) shares that record with Adams.

2013 SEASON
Adams received All-American first-team honors from The NFL Draft Report and was a unanimous All-Mountain West Conference first-team choice…The Biletnikoff Award semifinalist was the recipient of the Paul Warfield Award that is presented to the nation’s best receiver by the Touchdown Club of Columbus...Led the nation in receptions (131), receptions per game (10.08) and was second in receiving yards per game (132.22)...His 24 touchdown catches shattered the school and Mountain West season records, and were eight more than any other player in the nation had…His individual touchdown catch total was better than the entire team output by 87 of the 123 universities in the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision…Gained 1,718 yards receiving and scored 144 points, as he also had one fumble recovery…Scored at least once in eight consecutive games to close out the season…Had three 200-yard receiving games, becoming only the third player this century to post three of those in the same season...Recorded two games with over 200 yards receiving and four touchdowns, becoming the second player this century to notch that feat...Caught 10 or more passes in six games…Led the nation in games with double-digit receptions five) and had seven 100-yard receiving games, giving him thirteen for his career to set a new Fresno State record for most 100-yard receiving games...Caught a touchdown pass in twelve of the 13 games he appeared in…Opened the season with 14 catches for 148 yards and two scores vs. Rutgers, adding 110 yards with a 1-yard score on 12 grabs vs. Boise State…Hauled in a career-high 16 tosses for 185 yards and three scores vs. Idaho, followed by eight grabs for 221 yards that included 75, 28, 36 and 37-yarrd touchdowns in the Nevada-Las Vegas clash…Posted 12 catches for 87 yards and a pair of scores at San Diego State and hauled in eight balls for 84 yards and a touchdown vs. Nevada…Made 11 catches for 79 yards and a score at Wyoming and tallied nine catches for 246 yards and touchdowns of 57, 44, 59 and 39 yards vs. New Mexico…Added a career-high 264 yards on thirteen grabs that included 23, 4 and 32-yard touchdowns vs. San Jose State and snared nine throws for 168 yards and a score vs. Utah State…Closed out his career with nine receptions for 73 yards and a touchdown vs. Southern California in the Las Vegas Bowl.

2012 SEASON
Adams was a third-team All-American choice by The NFL Draft Report and honorable mention by Sports Illustrated…Named the Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year, becoming just the third freshman in school history to be named the conference's freshman of the year...Added All-MWC first-team recognition and was a Freshman All-American choice by CBSSports.com, Phil Steele and the Sporting News...Became the first freshman receiver to ever be a unanimous first-team pick in league history, as he went on to lead the MWC in every receiving category…Also finished ninth in the nation with an average of 7.85 receptions per game and placed 10th in the FBS with 100.92 yards receiving per game…Hauled in 102 passes for 1,312 yards (12.86 ypc) and 14 touchdowns…Tied a school record with eight consecutive games with at least one touchdown reception…Set new Mountain West and school records for receptions, receiving yards and touchdown catches by a freshman...Led all FBS freshmen receivers in receiving yards, yards per game and touchdown catches...Was a nominee for the College Football Performance Awards National Freshman Performer of the Year Award and was added midseason to the watch list for the Biletnikoff Award...named the Bulldog MVP of the Sheraton Hawai'i Bowl after catching 13 passes for 144 yards and one touchdown in the loss to Southern Methodist, as he set a new MWC game record for most receptions by a freshman with that bowl performance...Became the first receiver in school history to have three games of 10 or more receptions in a single season...Caught seven passes for 118 yards and two touchdowns in the season opener vs. Weber State, becoming the first Bulldog freshman in school history to have a 100-yard receiving day in his first career game...Had 12 receptions for 92 yards at Oregon and caught 11 passes in a win over Wyoming for 86 yards and a touchdown...Recorded six 100-yard receiving games, which tied for the third-most in a single season in program history...His 89-yard touchdown reception at New Mexico tied for the sixth-longest in the FBS in 2012 and he had three touchdown catches of over 60 yards on the year...posted a season-best 198 yards with two scores on nine catches vs. New Mexico...Produced six or more receptions in nine of the 13 games on the season and he had four games with two touchdowns.

2011 SEASON
Adams red-shirted during his first season at Fresno State, but received the Dick Duncan Scout Team Player of the Year Award for offense. 

AGILITY TESTS
4.56 in the 40-yard dash…1.64 10-yard dash…2.68 20-yard dash…4.30 20-yard shuttle…6.82 three-cone drill…39 ½-inch vertical jump…10’-3” broad jump…Bench pressed 225 pounds 14 times…32 5/8-inch arm length…9-inch hands…77 ¾-inch wingspan.

HIGH SCHOOL
Adams attended Palo Alto (Cal.) High School, lettering in both football and basketball…As a junior, he recorded 29 receptions for 484 yards and seven touchdowns, along with bringing the crowd to its feet when he recovered a short kick to serpentine through the ground for a 67-yard runback…Played on both sides of the ball as a senior, helping lead his team to the CIF state championship…As a receiver, he exploded for 1,094 yards and 11 touchdowns on 63 receptions…As a defensive back, he recorded 44 tackles, two for losses, as he caused a pair of fumbles, picked off a pass and deflected three others…Regarded as a two-star prospect in both sports, he averaged 15 points, eight rebounds and seven assists as a junior on the basketball team…During his final season on the hardwood court, he averaged 9.4 points, 5.4 assists, 5.8 rebounds, 1.3 steals and 0.3 blocks per game. 

PERSONAL
Adams is a Physical Education major…Son of Pamela Brown and Douglas Adams…Born 12/24/92 in Palo Alto, California.

Information provided by Dave Te’ Thomas and Laurie Pennycook. Edited by the NFL Communications Department.

OVERVIEW
One can only imagine what numbers Adams would have registered if he had only stayed the course and returned to college for the next two seasons. In just 26 games wearing a Bulldogs’ uniform, he emphatically stated his case for being the best receiver the school has produced since the heydays of Henry Ellard (1979-82).

Adams holds 11 school records and five Mountain West Conference marks during his time at Fresno State. His 38 touchdown catches shattered the previous school mark of 25 by several players and he has produced at least one touchdown catch in eight consecutive games, doing that feat as both a freshman and sophomore. His scoring grabs also established a conference all-time mark, doing likewise by setting the school and league season-records for scoring receptions.

In 13 of his 26 appearances, he has gained at least 100 yards receiving, the second-best total in the MWC. He also set the league season and career marks with three 200-yard performances last season. His total of 24 touchdowns in 2013 also placed him fourth on the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision’s annual record chart. In eight of the contests, he recorded at least 10 receptions and only four times during his career did Adams fail to record a touchdown reception.

The Fresno State staff knew the kind of talent they were signing when they made Adams the only wide receiver in their 2011 recruiting class. He was a talented multi-sport athlete at Palo Alto High School, lettering in both football and basketball. As a junior, he recorded 29 receptions for 484 yards and seven touchdowns, along with bringing the crowd to its feet when he recovered a short kick to serpentine through the ground for a 67-yard runback.

Adams played on both sides of the ball as a senior, helping lead his team to the CIF state championship. As a receiver, he exploded for 1,094 yards and 11 touchdowns on 63 receptions, perhaps giving Fresno State fans a glimpse of what his future would be when he arrived on campus the following year. As a defensive back, he recorded 44 tackles, two for losses, as he caused a pair of fumbles, picked off a pass and deflected three others.

Regarded as a two-star prospect in both sports, Adams averaged 15 points, eight rebounds and seven assists as a junior on the basketball team. During his final season on the hardwood court, he averaged 9.4 points, 5.4 assists, 5.8 rebounds, 1.3 steals and 0.3 blocks per game.

Adams turned down similar scholarship offers from California, Eastern Washington, Hawaii and San Jose State when he signed his national letter of intent to attend Fresno State on January 28, 2011. That season would be a learning experience for the youngster, as he was first assigned to the scout team, learning Pat Hill’s pro-style offense. A coaching change led to the team scrapping that system for the spread formation, meaning that Adams had to undergo a crash course learning that complex scheme.

Let’s just say that the student soon became the teacher. Even before he appeared in his first game for the Bulldogs, the other receivers were following Adams as if he was the modern day version of the Pied Piper. He was an instant sensation, becoming just the third player in program history to earn his league’s Freshman of the Year Award. The unanimous All-Mountain West Conference first-team selection also garnered All-American honors, as he led the league in both receptions and yards gained receiving.

Adams also placed ninth in the nation with his 102 catches and ranked 10th with 1,312 yards. His pass-catch figure ranks fifth on the MWC season-record chart, while his 14 touchdowns rank fourth and yardage took the fifth spot on that annual chart. He also tied a school record by recording at least one touchdown in eight consecutive games to close out the season. 

Adams and quarterback Derek Adams had developed instant chemistry, as the duo would hook up on 38 touchdowns over their two seasons together. Adams went on to rewrite any of the records he set the previous season in 2013. The Paul Warfield Award winner (nation’s top receiver) led the FBS ranks with school and league season-records of 24 touchdowns. He finished second nationally with 1,718 yards receiving and led the major colleges with 131 receptions, establishing new MWC and team records.

Less than a week after the Bulldogs lost to Southern California in the 2013 Las Vegas Bowl, Adams made a decision to leave school and enter his name into the 2014 NFL Draft pool. He closes out his short career ranked 10th among active NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision players with 233 receptions, leads that group with an average of 8.96 catches per game and also paced the active players with 38 touchdown catches. Just three other players in the FBS in 2013 had at least 30 touchdown catches during their careers. 

CAREER NOTES
Adams started 26 games at Fresno State, where he is the only player to record multiple 100-reception, 1,000-yard, double digit-touchdown performances…Finished with 233 receptions for 3,030 yards (13.00 ypc) and 38 touchdowns, adding 16 yards on two punt returns and one solo tackle…NCAA Career-Record Results…Adams’ average of 116.54 yards per game receiving rank eighth in NCAA history and is the best average recorded by a major college player since Kevin Curtis of Utah State averaged 124.95 yards (22 games, 2,789 yards; 2001-02)…Mountain West Conference Career-Record Results…Adams ranks fourth in league history with 233 receptions, topped by Ryan Wolfe of San Diego State (283; 2006-09), J.R. Tolver of San Diego State (262; 1999-02) and Jovon Bouknight of Wyoming (250; 2002-05)…Set the MWC record with 38 touchdowns, as the former record-holder Austin Collie of Brigham Young (30; 2004, 2007-08) is the only other player in league annals to record at least 30 scoring grabs…Recorded three 200-yard receiving performances in 2013, setting both the league career and season records…Tolver was the only other conference receiver to record at least two 200-yard receiving games…His 13 100-yard performances tied Tolver and Vincent Brown of San Diego State (2007-10) for the second-best career numbers in league annals, Topped by Collie’s 17 century mark efforts…School Career-Record Results…Adams holds the school-record with 233 grabs, surpassing the old mark of 222 by Rodney Wright (1998-2001)…He is just the third Bulldog to gain 3,000 yards receiving (3,030), joining Wright (3,274) and Charlie Jones (3,344; 1992-95)…His 13 100-yard receiving games topped the old FSU record of 12 that is shared by Jones and Bernard Berrian (1999-2003)…His 38 touchdowns shattered the old record of 25 that is shared by both Jones and Berrian…Compiled a string of eight consecutive games with at least one touchdown, accomplishing that feat in both 2012 and 2013...Henry Ellard (1982) shares that record with Adams.

2013 SEASON
Adams received All-American first-team honors from The NFL Draft Report and was a unanimous All-Mountain West Conference first-team choice…The Biletnikoff Award semifinalist was the recipient of the Paul Warfield Award that is presented to the nation’s best receiver by the Touchdown Club of Columbus...Led the nation in receptions (131), receptions per game (10.08) and was second in receiving yards per game (132.22)...His 24 touchdown catches shattered the school and Mountain West season records, and were eight more than any other player in the nation had…His individual touchdown catch total was better than the entire team output by 87 of the 123 universities in the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision…Gained 1,718 yards receiving and scored 144 points, as he also had one fumble recovery…Scored at least once in eight consecutive games to close out the season…Had three 200-yard receiving games, becoming only the third player this century to post three of those in the same season...Recorded two games with over 200 yards receiving and four touchdowns, becoming the second player this century to notch that feat...Caught 10 or more passes in six games…Led the nation in games with double-digit receptions five) and had seven 100-yard receiving games, giving him thirteen for his career to set a new Fresno State record for most 100-yard receiving games...Caught a touchdown pass in twelve of the 13 games he appeared in…Opened the season with 14 catches for 148 yards and two scores vs. Rutgers, adding 110 yards with a 1-yard score on 12 grabs vs. Boise State…Hauled in a career-high 16 tosses for 185 yards and three scores vs. Idaho, followed by eight grabs for 221 yards that included 75, 28, 36 and 37-yarrd touchdowns in the Nevada-Las Vegas clash…Posted 12 catches for 87 yards and a pair of scores at San Diego State and hauled in eight balls for 84 yards and a touchdown vs. Nevada…Made 11 catches for 79 yards and a score at Wyoming and tallied nine catches for 246 yards and touchdowns of 57, 44, 59 and 39 yards vs. New Mexico…Added a career-high 264 yards on thirteen grabs that included 23, 4 and 32-yard touchdowns vs. San Jose State and snared nine throws for 168 yards and a score vs. Utah State…Closed out his career with nine receptions for 73 yards and a touchdown vs. Southern California in the Las Vegas Bowl.

2012 SEASON
Adams was a third-team All-American choice by The NFL Draft Report and honorable mention by Sports Illustrated…Named the Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year, becoming just the third freshman in school history to be named the conference's freshman of the year...Added All-MWC first-team recognition and was a Freshman All-American choice by CBSSports.com, Phil Steele and the Sporting News...Became the first freshman receiver to ever be a unanimous first-team pick in league history, as he went on to lead the MWC in every receiving category…Also finished ninth in the nation with an average of 7.85 receptions per game and placed 10th in the FBS with 100.92 yards receiving per game…Hauled in 102 passes for 1,312 yards (12.86 ypc) and 14 touchdowns…Tied a school record with eight consecutive games with at least one touchdown reception…Set new Mountain West and school records for receptions, receiving yards and touchdown catches by a freshman...Led all FBS freshmen receivers in receiving yards, yards per game and touchdown catches...Was a nominee for the College Football Performance Awards National Freshman Performer of the Year Award and was added midseason to the watch list for the Biletnikoff Award...named the Bulldog MVP of the Sheraton Hawai'i Bowl after catching 13 passes for 144 yards and one touchdown in the loss to Southern Methodist, as he set a new MWC game record for most receptions by a freshman with that bowl performance...Became the first receiver in school history to have three games of 10 or more receptions in a single season...Caught seven passes for 118 yards and two touchdowns in the season opener vs. Weber State, becoming the first Bulldog freshman in school history to have a 100-yard receiving day in his first career game...Had 12 receptions for 92 yards at Oregon and caught 11 passes in a win over Wyoming for 86 yards and a touchdown...Recorded six 100-yard receiving games, which tied for the third-most in a single season in program history...His 89-yard touchdown reception at New Mexico tied for the sixth-longest in the FBS in 2012 and he had three touchdown catches of over 60 yards on the year...posted a season-best 198 yards with two scores on nine catches vs. New Mexico...Produced six or more receptions in nine of the 13 games on the season and he had four games with two touchdowns.

2011 SEASON
Adams red-shirted during his first season at Fresno State, but received the Dick Duncan Scout Team Player of the Year Award for offense. 

AGILITY TESTS
4.56 in the 40-yard dash…1.64 10-yard dash…2.68 20-yard dash…4.30 20-yard shuttle…6.82 three-cone drill…39 ½-inch vertical jump…10’-3” broad jump…Bench pressed 225 pounds 14 times…32 5/8-inch arm length…9-inch hands…77 ¾-inch wingspan.

HIGH SCHOOL
Adams attended Palo Alto (Cal.) High School, lettering in both football and basketball…As a junior, he recorded 29 receptions for 484 yards and seven touchdowns, along with bringing the crowd to its feet when he recovered a short kick to serpentine through the ground for a 67-yard runback…Played on both sides of the ball as a senior, helping lead his team to the CIF state championship…As a receiver, he exploded for 1,094 yards and 11 touchdowns on 63 receptions…As a defensive back, he recorded 44 tackles, two for losses, as he caused a pair of fumbles, picked off a pass and deflected three others…Regarded as a two-star prospect in both sports, he averaged 15 points, eight rebounds and seven assists as a junior on the basketball team…During his final season on the hardwood court, he averaged 9.4 points, 5.4 assists, 5.8 rebounds, 1.3 steals and 0.3 blocks per game. 

PERSONAL
Adams is a Physical Education major…Son of Pamela Brown and Douglas Adams…Born 12/24/92 in Palo Alto, California.

Information provided by Dave Te’ Thomas and Laurie Pennycook. Edited by the NFL Communications Department.