Draft Scout Snapshot: 2010: Team Most Valuable Offensive Lineman, earned second consecutive All-Ivy League first team accolade. 2009: First team All-Ivy League at left tackle … started all 10 games … one of only six underclassmen on any of the first four teams (first/second team offense, first/second team defense). 2008: Saw limited varsity action.
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Draft Scout Jeff Adams News
01/03/13 - T Jeff Adams was signed to a contract for 2013 by the Dolphins.
11/12/12 - OT Jeff Adams, who had been on the practice squad since the beginning of the season, was released.
04/12/12 - Big news for those of you who are both Jets and Lions fans: This past Monday senior offensive tackle Jeff Adams had a private workout at the New York Jets’ facility. Over the past few months, Adams has been working hard to convince NFL scouts he is worth drafting. On March 8, he participated in Northwestern’s pro day. He later tried to improve his scores at the Baker Athletics Complex in front of scouts from the Jets. According to NFL.com, based on the strength of these workouts, Adams may have become a sixth- or seventh-round draft pick—not bad for an Ivy League o-linean. - Rebeka Cohan, The Spectrum
03/28/12 - Senior offensive tackle Jeff Adams was unable to suit up for the final game of his college career. Had Adams been like almost all Columbia football players, that final game would have been his last opportunity to play organized football for the rest of his life. But Jeff Adams isn’t like most Columbia football players—he has a legitimate shot of being selected in this April’s NFL Draft. This is a rare opportunity for a member of Columbia’s football program. The last football player to be drafted out of Columbia was defensive end Marcellus Wiley, who was selected by the Buffalo Bills in the second round of the 1997 Draft. Adams has been an anchor for the Lions at the left tackle position for the past three seasons. In 2011, Adams earned first-team all-Ivy League honors for the third straight season and was named a third-team All-American by the Associated Press. For the past four months, Adams has been hard at work trying to convince NFL scouts that he is an investment worth making. Adams has a few advantages over other prospective players. First, he has the size to play in the NFL. Adams is listed at 6’6, weighs 308, and has a wingspan of 81.5 inches and big hands. Second, he is surprisingly athletic for an offensive lineman. “I have the frame,” Adams said. “Everybody always says you can’t teach height or length. I have the natural gift of just having it. My biggest strength is my athleticism, though. I run pretty fast and jump pretty high. My athleticism bails me out when I screw something up.” - Spencer Gyory, CU Columbia Spectator