|Adams already had questions entering the draft due to his involvement in a scandal at Ohio State, and his stock has continued to drop after a rough showing at the scouting combine. The offensive tackle had been projected by some as a first-round draft pick despite violations off the field in college. Adams was suspended for the first two games in 2009 for unspecified violations of team rules, then had charges dropped that same year after police found drug paraphernalia in his car. Adams also was involved in the highly publicized scandal of selling memorabilia to a Columbus tattoo artist in exchange for free tattoos. He was suspended for the first five games of 2011, and teams may view him as a risk due to his past troubles. Hurting him further was a mediocre showing at the combine, hitting only 19 reps in the bench press and placing near the bottom of offensive line prospects in that category. Adams has the size to be an NFL lineman, but that lack of strength may scare off teams from using a first-round pick on him. He'll need some fine-tuning of his skills, though teams also question whether or not his poor character will make him difficult to coach. Based off sheer size alone, Adams could be drafted in the second or third round if teams look past his off-the-field issues and focus on his potential.