Scott Porter: What do you feel are your greatest strengths?
Josh Adams: I believe my biggest strengths are reading defenders and film study. I do a lot of film study that helps me prepare each week. I do well at picking up blitzes and I am a very hard worker.
Scott Porter: What are your goals for the NFL?
Josh Adams: I want to come in and make a name for myself weather that is on special teams, offense or wherever a team wants me. Whatever allows me to show the coaching staff that I have what it takes to be an NFL player.
Scott Porter: What player in the NFL reminds you of yourself?
Josh Adams: Former players, Warrick Dunn and Curtis Martin because they are smaller and shifty types like I am. They are very agile and have great leverage. When I look at current players I think LeSean McCoy because he is so good in the open field, he has great hands and is very talented.
Scott Porter: What do you feel are your greatest football accomplishments?
Josh Adams: I would say winning ACC Freshmen of the year. Another accomplishment is being part of 3 bowl championships. I was the first player to score in my first two bowl games at Wake Forest.
Scott Porter: What will you miss most about the NFL?
Josh Adams: My teammates. I got very close to so many of my teammates, and this season started clicking and I really will miss every one of them. I will never get those moments back.
Scott Porter: Who has been your biggest influence throughout your career?
Josh Adams: My mom. She was a single parents and she has always taken care of me. She has always been there for me and helped me along the way. She traveled on a plane to be with me at most of my games and she has just been a huge part of my life and my success.
Scott Porter: What hobbies do you have off the field?
Josh Adams: I love to fish. I like working on my car. I am big fan of fast cars. I love drag racing and street racing.
Scott Porter: What type of person is an NFL team getting in Josh Adams?
Josh Adams: They are getting a guy who conducts himself very well. I am well liked by my teammates and coaches. I get along with everyone. I am very quiet and shy but I am a great communicator. I take criticism well to help better myself. I am well organized and I study well. I have a huge passion for the game.
Scott Porter: What will be the toughest adjustment you have to make from the college level to the NFL level?
Josh Adams: I would say the speed of the game. I just want to work on everything I can to take my game to the next level once I get my chance. I want to maintain what I am able to do and just build off of it. I want to get my weight up and learning a new system will always be something you have to do.