According to reports from CBSSports.com, Fresno State wide receiver Davante Adams is likely to declare for the NFL Draft after this season, following his quarterback Derek Carr, who is a senior. Adams is a red shirt sophomore who has been incredibly productive and has great size and strength for the position. There are many expecting that he would go in the first or second round when he comes out of college.
Adams is listed at 6’2″ 212lbs and looks the part of a big, physical receiver who can go up and attack the football. The combination of Carr and Adams has put up astronomical numbers. The two have combined for 202 catches for 2,525 yards and 33 touchdowns in the two years Adams has played for the Bulldogs.
Adams could stay at Fresno for another two years if he wanted, but matching the type of production he has had over the past two years is almost impossible and there will be some who are not as high on him when he is not paired with the caliber of quarterback Carr has been. This move would be capitalizing on his value at its highest.
Adams, Carr and Fresno State are preparing to play San Jose State Friday as the Bulldogs look to finish their regular season undefeated and go onto play in the Mountain West Championship for a second straight year with a chance to go to a BCS bowl.