CAREER SUMMARY: Adams enters the 2011 season ranked ninth on Arkansasâ€™ all-time career touchdown receptions list with 14, 11th on the Razorbacksâ€™ all-time career receptions list with 110 and 12th on UAâ€™s all-time career receiving yards list with 1,758. He has an active streak of 34 consecutive games with at least one reception, covering every game of his Arkansas career, which is the longest active in the SEC and fifth- longest active streak in the NCAA. His five career 100-yard receiving games are tied for the most among 2011 Razorbacks and fourth all-time at Arkansas.
2010: He started four games while appearing in 12, missing only the Vanderbilt game due to an injury. He led the team with a career-high 813 receiving yards and tied for the team lead with six receiving touchdowns. He ranked second among Razorbacks with a career-high 50 receptions, which tied for the ninth-highest single-season total in school history. Adams also ranked second on the team with his average of 96.4 all-purpose yards per game. He ranked second in the SEC and tied for 28th in the NCAA with an average of 15.2 yards per play. Adams finished the season ranked sixth in the SEC with 4.2 receptions per game and seventh in the conference with 67.8 receiving yards per game. He ranked second in the SEC and fifth in the NCAA with an average of 15.56 yards per punt return, the seventh-highest single-season average in school history. His three 100-yard receiving games tied for fifth in the SEC and tied for the fifth-highest single-season total in school history. He tied for seventh in the NCAA with 32 receptions against ranked opponents and was 11th in the country with 403 receiving yards against ranked foes. His 23 receptions of at least 15 yards tied for fifth in the SEC. Adams broke the Arkansas record for longest punt return for a touchdown when he returned a punt 97 yards for a score, tied for the fifth-longest punt return in SEC history, in UAâ€™s 38-24 victory vs. Ole Miss. The score was his first career punt return for a touchdown and bettered the previous record of 95 yards set by Ken Hatfield vs. Tulsa in 1963. Adams was named SEC Special Teams Player of the Week following his record-breaking return, which was the largest portion of his 120 yards on three punt returns, the fifth-highest single-game punt return yardage total in school history. He also made two receptions for 49 yards against the Rebels. His career-high nine receptions vs. No. 6 Ohio State in the Allstate Sugar Bowl are tied for the 10th-highest single-game total in school history. Against the Buckeyes, he collected 120 yards and one touchdown on those nine catches. He was the only receiver to have a 100-yard game against the Buckeyes during the 2010 season, and his 120 receiving yards were the most the Ohio State defense had allowed since Oct. 17, 2009. He opened the season with a career-high 138 receiving yards and two touchdowns, including a career-long 85-yard reception, on six catches in Arkansasâ€™ 44-3 win vs. Tennessee Tech. His other 100-yard receiving game came in the Razorbacksâ€™ 31-24 win at Georgia, where he piled up 130 receiving yards on six catches. He collected 158 all-purpose yards in UAâ€™s 31-7 victory vs. ULM, courtesy of 76 yards on three receptions and five punt returns for a total of 82 yards. Against No. 1 Alabama, Adams made four receptions for 45 yards and carried the ball once for four yards. He caught two passes for 19 yards and one touchdown while also returning two kickoffs for a total of 26 yards in UAâ€™s 24-17 victory vs. Texas A&M. He caught a then-career-high- tying seven passes for 87 yards and one touchdown while also rushing once for 12 yards and returning two kickoffs for a total of 37 yards at No. 7 Auburn. Adams recorded three catches for 27 yards in the Razorbacksâ€™ 41-20 win at No. 18 South Carolina, then the next week contributed two punt returns for 40 yards, one 17-yard reception and one rush for three yards in a 58-21 Arkansas win vs. UTEP. He had 45 yards on four receptions and one four-yard rush in Arkansasâ€™ 38-31 double-overtime win at No. 22 Mississippi State. Adams caught three passes for 60 yards, including a 39- yard touchdown on 4th-and-3 with the Razorbacks holding a one-point lead in the fourth quarter, in Arkansasâ€™ 31-23 win vs. No. 6 LSU.
2009: Adams played in 10 games and started in seven as he missed the Auburn, Florida and Ole Miss games due to a medical condition. He was a second-team All-SEC selection by the AP. He finished ninth in the SEC and 95th nationally in receiving yards per game (56.8). He was one of 11 players in the SEC to have multiple 100-yard receiving games in 2009 with two. He was third on the Razorback roster in receiving yards with 568 and fourth in catches with 29. He was tied with Greg Childs for the team lead in touchdown receptions (7) and was second among all receivers in average yards per catch (19.6). He averaged 21.9 yards per catch in the first quarter of all games combined, which led the SEC. Six of his receiving touchdowns came in home games, which tied for 11th nationally. He had a touchdown in seven of 10 games he played in. Against Missouri State in the season opener, he had a then-career-long catch of 40 yards for a touchdown. Adams led Arkansas in receiving for the second straight game against Texas A&M with his first 100-yard receiving game of his career. He had just three catches and accounted for 110 yards in the contest. He returned to action to lead the Razorbacks in receiving with the second 100-yard game of his career against Eastern Michigan, which included a career-best two touchdowns and a season-long 78-yard touchdown catch. Adams ran for his first rushing touchdown against South Carolina on an 18-yard run around the right side. He led Arkansas receivers in receiving yards against Troy with 74 over four catches with a touchdown. Against No. 17 LSU, he ended the regular season with two catches for 13 yards. He gave the Razorbacks a 30-27 lead with his 14-yard touchdown catch late in the fourth quarter. Adams was named the Paul Eells Award winner by the Little Rock Touchdown Club for his efforts during his sophomore season.
2008: Adams appeared in all 12 games in 2008 and started in seven. He finished third on the team in receptions with 31 for 377 yards and a touchdown. He was one of two Razorbacks to have a catch in each game in 2008. In Arkansasâ€™ three fourth-quarter game-winning drives, he was thrown to four times and had four catches for 29 yards (1- WIU, 2-ULM, 1-LSU). Adams was named SEC Freshman of the Week on Sept. 8 for his performance against ULM. He finished with a then-career-high seven catches for 89 yards and had one run for nine yards. His seven catches against ULM were the most by a Razorback since 2007. He had a season-long catch of 33 yards in the ULM win. Adams threw his first career touchdown pass against Auburn, a six-yard pass to Casey Dick. He scored Arkansasâ€™ first touchdown of the 2008 season, a 10-yard pass from Casey Dick during the second quarter of the Western Illinois game. He made two catches for 29 yards against Texas including one for 18 yards and a first down. Adams grabbed five catches for 68 yards against Florida, including four first downs. He also had a 16-yard rush against Florida. In the Auburn victory, Adams made a key tackle on an interception to save a touchdown. Auburn ended up with only a field goal on the drive. He made two catches for 24 yards in the Kentucky game, including one for a first down. He had one reception for 23 yards and a first down against Ole Miss and also carried the ball one time for a loss of seven yards. Adams accounted for three catches and a first down against Tulsa with a long reception of 21 yards in the first quarter, which eventually led to a touchdown. He continued his streak of games with a reception against Mississippi State, making one for four yards. He also had one rush for a career-long 19 yards in the game. He made one catch for four yards against LSU.
HIGH SCHOOL: Adams racked up 80 tackles, including 29 assisted stops and 10 tackles for loss, for Central Arkansas Christian as a senior. He was named to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette All-Arkansas team and the Associated Press Super Team after tallying 15 pass breakups and five interceptions for 187 yards while playing cornerback and safety. He returned one interception for a 77-yard touchdown. He also earned four sacks, while earning one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. He earned 742 rushing yards and 18 touchdowns rushing. He caught 33 passes for 770 yards and racked up 435 yards in return yardage as a senior. He also threw for a pair of touchdowns. He had a total of 25 touchdowns on the season. In his junior season, he rushed 75 times for 857 yards and 14 touchdowns. He caught 29 passes for 633 yards and nine touchdowns. He averaged 21.8 yards per catch. As a sophomore, he tallied five interceptions. He was a member of the Rivals 250 and was ranked as the No. 2 prospect in the state by the same outlet. Hawgs Illustrated ranked him as the No. 2 prospect in Arkansas while Scout.com ranked him as the No. 8 cornerback in the nation. He was ranked as the No. 12 cornerback by Rivals and the No. 4 prospect in Arkansas by HawgSports.com. He was also recruited by Southern California, Clemson, Georgia, Texas A&M, Oklahoma and Florida.
PERSONAL: Born Nov. 22, 1989, he is the son of Charlotte Allman. He is majoring in criminal justice and sociology.