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Montravius Adams | Defensive Lineman

Team: Auburn Tigers
Ht / Wt:  6'3' / 281

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AL.com's Joel A. Erickson notes that Auburn needs sophomore DL Montravius Adams "to come up big against elite SEC competition" next season.
"His biggest plays have come against the weaker opponents on Auburn's schedule; the Tigers need him to come up big against elite SEC competition, particularly now that he steps into the lead role as Auburn's No. 1 defensive tackle," Erickson wrote. The 6-foot-3, 281-pound Adams will be the only player returning for the Tigers, with experience at the defensive tackle position. In Adams first two years at Auburn, he has become the Tigers' most productive defensive tackle recording 43 tackles, eight tackles-for-loss and three sacks in 2014. Jan 28 - 3:21 PM
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ESPN's Kevin Weidl notes that Auburn sophomore DL Montravius Adams "created a lot of inside disruption" in Auburn's 42-35 win over South Carolina.

"Auburn DT Montravious Adams created a lot of inside disruption vs SC. Strong snap anticipation and overall quicks," Weidl tweeted. Auburn HC Gus Malzahn notes that the 6-foot-4, 305-pound tackle is a "force inside. He's tough. You've got to double-team him. If he's single-blocked, he's going to come off and make the play." The sophomore standout has been the Tigers' most disruptive defensive linemen this year.
Wed, Oct 29, 2014 03:02:00 PM

AL.com's Brandon Marcello reports Auburn sophomore DL Montravius Adams "is working exclusively at defensive tackle early in Auburn's preseason camp."

"Montravius Adams is working exclusively at defensive tackle early in Auburn's preseason camp, though it's possible he could flip to defensive end in some situations when needed when the season kicks off," Marcello wrote. The 6-foot-4, 305-pound tackle did play end at times during the spring when the Tigers were dealing with injuries. However, Defensive coordinator Ellis Johnson mentioned that they will teach Adams both positions.
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Wed, Aug 6, 2014 12:10:00 PM