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Madison County High School (MCHS) quarterback Tre Adams joins a long line of Cowboys who have been selected to play in the annual Florida Athletic Coaches Association All-Star Game. Other Cowboys in the past who have been selected to play in the game were Ironhead Gallon, Kevin Kegler, Zack Sprenkle, Eric Bright, Tevin Rountree, LaPadre Stevenson and Sherrod Brinson. Each year, the top high school players from across the state are selected to play in the prestigious game. This year marks the 63rd year for the contest. The game will be played at the Villages on Saturday, Dec. 16.
Adams, a 6′ 2”, 178 lb. dual threat quarterback amassed some impressive numbers during the regular season this year. Adams passed for a total of 1155 yards and seven touchdowns with three interceptions. Adams added 663 yards on the ground with seven more rushing touchdowns.
“I am extremely proud of [Adams]. He excels at football, baseball, and basketball, all the while maintaining a 2.8 GPA and a passing score on the SAT. Last nine weeks he had a 3.5 and he currently has several offers to further his education while also playing football. Thanks to all of those who have helped him in this journey,” said MCHS Head Coach Mike Coe.
FAMU, Georgia Southern and Temple University have all expressed interest in Adams. Adams is the son of Darlisa and Freddie Williams. He plans to study mechanical engineering in college.