Grant Adams
WR | (6'0", 205, 4.7) | Boston College

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Overall: Adams redshirted in 2000, was a reserve that played sparingly in 2001 and started to come on late in the season as a No. 3 receiver in 2002. As a junior in 2003, Adams led his team with 46 receptions for 720 yards with five touchdowns. He continued to be the team's leading receiver as a senior in 2004 with 52 catches for 745 yards and three TD's. Adams continues to improve as a route runner and he has the hands, size and tenacity to develop into a possession No. 4 or No. 5-type receiver in the NFL. The problem, however, is that his marginal speed could result in him really struggling to separate. Adams is athletic, tough and hard-working but he just doesn't pose a big enough threat as a route runner or after the catch, which is why he's nothing more than a free agent prospect.

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