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Name: KayRon Adams (Transfer from Rutgers)
College: Massachusetts     Number: 22
Height: 5-10   Weight: 210
Position: RB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2025

40 Low: 4.50
   40 Time: 4.59
  40 High: 4.68

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Height: 5095
Weight: 210

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 Data Scout Notes: 2022: NA...2021: NA...(+) Oct 2021 Ankle INJ/Out for 2021...Transfer from Rutgers...2020: NAC



 KayRon Adams, Massachusetts, Player News


  Kay'Ron Adams spent much of last season at home, his ankle wrapped and elevated. He transferred from Rutgers to UMass after the 2020 season for more opportunities. An injury ended his debut season as a Minuteman in the fifth game against Toledo. "Honestly, it really hurt me because I never pictured being without [football]," Adams said Friday at UMass' first practice of fall camp. "Having time to sit there and not be able to go to practice and just having my foot up all day put me in a place where this is gonna make me or break me. I'm either gonna come back harder I'm just not come back at all." He returned in time for spring practice but to the defensive backfield rather than the offensive backfield.

Adams practiced as a "viper," coach Don Brown's hybrid linebacker/safety position that demands elite athleticism and strong football knowledge. "That was all my decision. I wanted to come back and do something crazy," Adams said. "My mind was just everywhere." Adams eventually returned to the running back room but gained a newfound understanding of how to attack defenses. "I realized why is the defense doing this? Why is that happening?" he said. "It helped me understand why I'm doing what I'm doing. It actually benefited me a lot." - Daily Hampshire Gazette


(DS#999 RB) rJr/2025 RB KayRon AdamsMassachusetts
News Source: Daily Hampshire Gazette
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  Kay'Ron Adams may have earned himself a bigger role in Rutgers' offense right before a trip home. Adams was one of the only things that worked for the Scarlet Knights in their 37-21 loss to No. 17 Indiana on Saturday at SHI Stadium in Piscataway. He had a team-leading 62 yards on five carries, and his 37-yard touchdown run in the third quarter gave Rutgers a shot at a second-half rally before the Hoosiers pulled away. Adams' strong performance in limited snaps came while Isaih Pacheco was stymied (nine carries for 24 yards) and Aaron Young saw his touches drop off from the season-opening win at Michigan State (where Adams saw no touches). Could that production earn Adams, an Ohio native, more work in next Saturday's trip to No. 3 Ohio State? "I thought Kay'Ron gave us a little spark, that's for sure," coach Greg Schiano said. "I thought Isaih ran hard, I thought Aaron ran hard, but sometimes guys get a little groove going." "We have real confidence in all of our running backs. If somebody's got a hot hand, we let them roll. If we're looking for a spark, we know we have other good players and we're going to let them play." - Star Ledger

(DS#999 RB) rJr/2025 RB KayRon AdamsMassachusetts
News Source: Star Ledger
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