Joe Adams: 5 Biggest Strengths and Weaknesses of NFL Draft Prospect's Game

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Joe Adams: 5 Biggest Strengths and Weaknesses of NFL Draft Prospect's Game
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Well over a year ago, at a time when most people were looking at wide receiver Greg Childs as the best receiver at Arkansas, I held firmly to the belief that Joe Adams was the team's best receiver.

We have come full circle since then.

Childs fell out of favor as he fought through injuries and clearly lost some of the athletic prowess that made him such a well-regarded player. As a testament to how often things change, Childs has since reclaimed his top spot in the eyes of many draftniks, especially after running a supposed 4.39-second 40-yard dash at his pro day.

Meanwhile, Jarius Wright emerged as a go-to guy for Ryan Mallett in the second half of 2010, finishing the final six games with 450 receiving yards and seven touchdowns.

He continued that momentum into 2011, finishing with 66 catches for 1,117 yards and 12 touchdowns, including a preposterous 281-yard performance against Texas A&M.

Yet through it all, my eyes go back to Joe Adams. Let's take a look at some of the reasons why.

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