Vernon Adams believed he was one of the best quarterbacks in this year's NFL draft. Unfortunately, NFL teams did not agree. 15 quarterbacks were taken in the seven rounds of the draft, but Adams never heard his name called.
But that doesn't mean his NFL dreams are over. Shortly after the draft, Adams received an invite to try out for the Seattle Seahawks at their rookie mini-camp. Adams was projected to go in the mid to late rounds of the draft, but his size, or lack thereof, was a concern to many teams.
Of course, the Seahawks aren't too concerned about size when it comes to their quarterback. Russell Wilson knows all about having to prove why you don't have to be the biggest quarterback in the league to succeed.
Seattle also signed TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin to an undrafted free agent contract. Boykin and Adams would have faced each other in this year's Alamo Bowl, but Boykin was suspended in the days leading up to the game.
The Seahawks are currently on a quest to find a backup for Russell Wilson as he was the only quarterback on their roster entering the draft this weekend.