Adams Is Still A Dawg

Adams Is Still A Dawg

Washington's lone 2015 commit, Wenatchee (Wa.) OT Trey Adams, told that he re-affirmed his commitment to UW "about two months ago" but said he was looking forward to meeting with the new staff and he did just that this weekend when he took in the first Husky Junior Day...

"It was a good time," said the understated Adams. "I had already firmed things up about two months ago when I called them to make sure my offer was still good.

"I'd say the highlight was getting to meet coach (Chris) Strausser and talk about things with him since he will be my position coach. He said they like me at one of the tackle spots, so he said I need to be ready for that."

Adams took in several Husky games this past fall, so the new facilities were something he was already used to.

"They gave us the tour which was cool, but meeting with coach Strausser and coach (Chris) Petersen was what I was really looking forward to," Adams said. "I was at a lot of games last year, so I've already seen the facilities a lot.

"It was also cool spending time with some of the other local guys. Austin Joyner, Brett (Rypien) and Calvin (Throckmorton). We're friends so it was cool just to get to hang out with all of them.

"I was working on Austin again to re-commit so hopefully he does that."

Adams recently was offered by Oregon, joining his previous full rides from the Huskies and Washington State.

"Coach (Steve) Greatwood asked me to call him and I did and he said they were offering me," Adams said. "I thanked him because it was an honor to get offered by him. I didn't say I was still committed to U-Dub, but I am, so, it's good to have, but I'm a Dawg."

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