Trey Adams, a preseason All-American left tackle, has decided to return to Washington for his fifth-year of eligibility Chris Petersen stated on Monday.
Adams has been out all year with a back injury, but was projected to be an early draft pick before suffering the injury. He got injured right before this season and also missed the end of last season with a torn ACL.
“I think that’s the plan right now,” Petersen said. “But, you know, things are always fluid.”
According to The Seattle Times, Adams has been practicing with the team, but there is no determination yet if he will play the rest of the season. He is able to play in four games while still keeping a year of eligibility under new NCAA rules.
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