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LSU will be sending plenty of players to the NFL next season as the 2016 team is stacked with talent.

One of those players is safety Jamal Adams, who is gaining early first-round buzz from NFL teams, according to Charlie Campbell with

Sources say that the 6-foot-1, 211-pound Adams looks like an exciting player with his size and coverage skills. As a sophomore, he had six passes broken up and four interceptions. He has versatile size to cover big receivers or tight ends and tackle in the ground game. Adams had 67 tackles last year and that mirrored his freshman year of 66 stops.

In speaking to some sources from a playoff team that has every reason to believe they will be in the postseason again, they say that Adams is going to be gone by the time they are on the clock. Their early impression is that Adams is on par with Joseph and Neal as a top-20 talent. If Adams has a big junior season, he could be a high first-rounder.
Adams heads into the 2016 season with 133 career tackles, 10.0 tackles for loss and four interception. He was named to the 2014 All-SEC Freshman Team after his first season in Baton Rouge and was named to the Second Team All-SEC in 2015.
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RB1097 months
Not surprising. Kids a stud.
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xGeauxLSUx97 months
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