If you're looking for a WR that has some of the most exciting highlight reel catches in this class, Adams is your guy. He's a big-bodied receiver that can absolutely go up and Moss defenders regularly. He's lethal on 9-routes, which is where Arkansas State just continued to use him time and time again because it worked. However, he does have some experience running underneath routes and creating after the catch. He has some snap in his hips on curl routes, but needs to learn to sink in and out of his routes more on the intermediate levels of the field. Good athlete for his size and has enough agility to create separation after getting a defender on his heels. Not overly twitchy, but that's to be expected given his size. Fantastic hands. Some of the best in the class. Has an incredible ability to climb the ladder and highpoint the football. Great hand-eye coordination and can make difficult catches look easy. The best contested catch ability in this class. Has a ridiculous catch radius and is able to make highlight reel grabs with defenders draped all over him. One-handed grabs are in his repertoire and he can make some jaw-dropping catches. Should be a Red Zone mismatch almost immediately. Certainly is not a burner or an overly twitchy player, but has more than enough speed once he's built up momentum to pick up additional yardage. He won't be able to create on his own necessarily, but he has the ability to pick up yards after the catch with his long strides. Good release at the LOS against smaller corners. Able to get them on their heels and then explode through. The level of competition on tape could certainly affect the overall evaluation, but he has enough understanding of how to create space at the line and then lean into leverage to get on top of the defender. Lethal on Go-routes and excels at being able to locate the ball while it's in the air. Can make acrobatic adjustments to the ball and make the difficult reception. Certainly won't be one of the fastest receivers in this class, but he should run plenty well for his size. Overall, Adams is an intriguing WR prospect in the middle rounds of this draft. He has the ability to make highlight reel grabs and can certainly help make a young QB comfortable with a big body to chuck it up to downfield. The question revolves around the competition level for Adams and additionally what the NFL will think of his skillset. Hakeem Butler had a lot of similar elements to his game and he's now being converted to a TE. While the NFL's opinion of Adams is up in the air, mine is resolute: he can play.