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Clayton: UW’s Trey Adams a prime OL target for 2018 NFL Draft

Trey Adams, a junior, is already projected as a second-round NFL Draft prospect. (AP)

This week for the Washington Wednesdays pro prospect spotlight, I’m focusing on Huskies junior left tackle Trey Adams.

Offensive lines are in prime discussion for this town due to the Seahawks’ struggles, and Adams could be an interesting option for teams in need of tackles after the season. He’s considered one of the top five tackles in college football, which might entice him to turn pro after the season.

Adams has all the right dimensions. He’s 6 foot 7, 320 pounds, and at the moment he’s considered a second-round choice. Demand for quality offensive linemen could put him toward the bottom of the first round.

Tackles are hard to find, but NFL teams might find a good one in Trey Adams.

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