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Adolphus Washington | Defensive End

Team: Ohio State Buckeyes
Ht / Wt:  6'4' / 288

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An NFL executive said Ohio State junior DE Adolphus Washington "jumps out in tape."
"He could have a big impact on the game," the exec said, speaking, of course, about the National Championship versus Oregon. Washington stated late last month that he is "more than likely" coming back for his senior year. "I’m not quite sure yet, but more than likely I’ll be coming back," Washington told 247Sports. "There’s really no point for me to leave. So, more than likely, yeah, I’ll be back." The 6-foot-4, 288-pound Washington, a former five-star recruit, runs a 4.88 forty. Jan 9 - 12:09 AM
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Ohio State junior DE Adolphus Washington stated that he is "more than likely" coming back for his senior year.

"I’m not quite sure yet, but more than likely I’ll be coming back," Washington told 247Sports. "There’s really no point for me to leave. So, more than likely, yeah, I’ll be back." The Buckeyes' prospect has had a solid year this season and has recorded 9 tackles-for-loss including 3.5 sacks. The 6-foot-4, 288-pound Washington, a former five-star recruit, runs a 4.88 forty.
Tue, Dec 30, 2014 02:01:00 PM

Ohio State junior DE Adolphus Washington is "a physical pass rusher," writes CBS Sports' Dane Brugler.

Washington, a former five-star recruit, runs a 4.88 forty. "Washington was an edge rusher his first two seasons in Columbus, but will move inside as a junior and likely start next to Michael Bennett at defensive tackle in 2014," Brugler wrote. "Washington is a physical pass rusher and with the help of new defensive line coach Larry Johnson, he's doing a better job vs. the run and adapting to his new responsibilities." The 6-foot-3, 295-pound teams with Bennett and Noah Spence to form a fearsome defensive line.
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Sun, Aug 3, 2014 05:49:00 PM

Scouts Inc.'s Kevin Weidl believes sophomore DE Adolphus Washington could emerge as a force on the edge for Ohio State.

Weidl also called attention to Noah Spence, who is more of a speed and explosion rusher. "Washington has some big time power," Weidl tweeted. He "gave Taylor Lewan all sorts of problems. Sack and had him off balance throughout the tape." The Buckeyes return plenty of talented players, but the team did lose Johnathan Hankins and John Simon along their defensive line.
Sun, Jul 21, 2013 12:52:00 PM