In a record breaking year for the number of kids with D-1 offers a few slip through the cracks.Darnell Adams is one of them. OregonPreps.com is going to bring you updates the next three weeks on the guys who are on the verge of making it.
Adams is a pure stud who can do it all. He stayed home and played for a Newberg team who was at a disadvantage numbers wise and talent wise most nights. Darnell gets huge props for his loyalty to his program.
The 6’3″ and 185 pound athlete played multiple positions. He has a lanky muscular frame and his arm length is tremendous giving him the X factor in space as a receiver or Safety.
He player QB this year on and off and did a masterful job as he has not played there much at all in high school. But it is as a Safety that this cruiser looks most comfortable.
At the Tanoa Bowl Classic his name was called all over the field and he made several big plays. Adams has a few D-2 schools looking at him and is looking at WOU where he could really play early and get most of his school paid for. That would be a great choice.
Still we strongly feel that any Big Sky program would be foolish not to take Adams. He is able to offer a ready made athlete who handles himself in the classroom and on the field and who can play both sides of the ball. Late in the recruiting process like this he is the type of guys teams want. Someone who can help them in a number of positions and ways.
Here is some film on Darnell Adams and knowing him the way we do we recommend him as a recruit who is the total package and who is of the highest character. He was definitely overlooked this year; at least so far.
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