More about Adams: Already a strong defensive player, Adams emerged as a big offensive threat last year, a prime target for his brother, who threw for more than 2,800 yards. Rated the No. 10 recruit in Maryland in the Class of 2015 by Rivals.com, Adams committed to West Virginia in February over Virginia Tech and Wisconsin, among other offers. He and his brother, one of the area's top quarterbacks, wanted to play college football together. Over the summer, Adams went to local Nike and Rivals camps as well as to the West Virginia camp.