Arizona State landed its second cornerback commit of National Signing Day with City College of San Francisco product Terin Adams.
Ready to start Terin it up in the secondary.— Sun Devil Football (@FootballASU) December 20, 2017
Can't wait to see what Terin Adams will do in the #NoFlyZone! pic.twitter.com/dtI1bUGltx
Adams formerly played at high school powerhouse Eastside Catholic in Kirkland, Washington, before deciding to play at the junior college level. It was a good decision, as Adams would eventually draw interest from 10 power five schools and managed offers from Illinois, Kansas and San Diego State.
At 6 foot, 190 pounds Adams reportedly ran a 4.4 40-yard dash in 2017, which would easily make him one of the fastest players on ASU’s roster. He doesn’t have the exact height you would envision for a go-to, lockdown corner but his speed (think Chase Lucas) and experience at the collegiate level (Kobe Williams) have him profiling as precisely what the Sun Devils are looking for.
Adams is ranked as the No. 13 JUCO CB in the 2018 class and the No. 13 recruit from the Evergreen State.
Below are highlights from the first three games of Adams’ 2017 campaign.