One more chance at the national championship
Let’s face it folks. The Washington Football team left some unfinished business on the football field. Last season’s schedule tilted tougher games to the latter part of the season. On a healthy year, that works to the team’s advantage. But it was an injury plagued year. And so, the best of the team’s roster never saw the playing field on the toughest, and biggest games of the year.
Trey Adams is one such player. And he’s back to correct that chain of events. But this will not be the same team. Players graduate. Some go to the NFL. Even heavily recruited juniors cannot say no to the huge paydays luring them to the NFL. Trey Adams is one player who can do so.
Risky move, high reward
Now don’t second guess his decision. Even injured, his game videos were very positive – positive enough to ensure a minimum of a second or third round floor. He has incredible size, weight, fundamentals, and agility for the NFL. The only and biggest question mark came down to one point – how long and how much recovery following his ACL surgery. By returning to the NFL, he will have the opportunity to answer that question directly.
It’s a risk. If he suffers another injury, his stock will fall simply from the “he’s too fragile” label – warranted or not. But he disregards is own destiny. In the mind of Trey Adams, the Washington Football team has a good chance at a national championship this year, and he wants to be part of that. And I think he may be right. He won’t be in spring training. And he may not be seeing much action when the fall training season opens up. But come gameday, offensive tackle Trey Adams will find a way to be ready. After all, he didn’t return for his senior season to watch teammates play.