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Saying he felt like he had accomplished all he could in college and was ready for the next step of his career, Adams decided to skip his final two seasons at Fresno State and enter the draft. Adams caught 233 passes for 3,031 yards and 38 touchdowns in 26 games for the Bulldogs over the past two seasons. He sat out his first year as a redshirt, making him eligible for the draft. Adams led the Mountain West Conference in all three major receiving categories in 2012 with 102 receptions (eighth in the FBS), 1,312 yards (ninth) and 14 TDs (tied for third). Last season he took it a step further, topping the nation in receptions (131) and touchdown catches (24) while finishing second in receiving yards with a school-record 1,719. Adams has the build and length to be a productive receiver in the NFL, and he used his big hands to make a number of acrobatic catches in his two seasons in college. He showed his ability to rise high for the ball at the NFL combine, finishing tied for third among wide receivers with a 39.5-inch vertical jump. He ran the 40-yard dash in a disappointing 4.56 seconds, but in front of NFL scouts at Fresno State's pro day, Adams turned in times of 4.47 and 4.50 seconds. Rated as one of the top 10 wide receivers available in the draft, Adams is expected to be selected in the second round. He has the potential to be an every-down receiver, but needs to get stronger in order to be able to avoid getting jammed at the line of scrimmage by physical cornerbacks.