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Drafting the Devils 2018: DB Chad Adams accepts Arizona Cardinals’ minicamp invite

No plane needed for Chad Adams

NCAA Football: San Diego State at Arizona State Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Two days after the conclusion of the NFL Draft, former Arizona State defensive back Chad Adams announced via Twitter that he will be attending the Arizona Cardinals’ rookie minicamp in just a few months.

Adams, as the Devils’ starting safety, was fourth on the team in tackles for the season with 64, including 13 on senior day against rival Arizona. He was an all-conference honorable mention, as well.

This season also included an interception of the 10th-overall pick, and someone who will also be at the Cardinals’ rookie minicamp, former UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen.

Adams did not attend the NFL Combine this year but he did participate at ASU’s pro day. He checked in at 5-foot-8, 182 pounds. He ran a 4.65 40-yard dash, while putting up 10 reps on the bench press and recording a 31-inch vertical leap.