Coach Bob Davie encouraged by spring efforts, but also sees the 'vulnerability' of the UNM program
Wide receiver position is among the more talented on the Lobos
Davie touts the play of a handful of non-scholarship athletes
UNM's first-year offensive coordinator says his attack will depend on what his Lobos can do best
Davie will teach fundamentals, technique, schemes, X's and O's -- but there will be hitting!
New Mexico hosted Colorado State in the season opener, won by the Rams 14-10.
NEW MEXICO: A wide receiver with great size and sprinter's speed...earned playing time as a true freshman...a full year in the offseason conditioning program should help him become a more physical wide receiver.
2011 (FRESHMAN): Played in the first two games of the season against Colorado State and Arkansas before a high ankle sprain and other various ailments cut short his season.
HIGH SCHOOL: Listed as a three-star prospect by Rivals.com...split his senior season between Dunbar and Northwestern...had 15 receptions, 250 yards and three touchdowns in his first three games at Dunbar, but returned to Northwestern and didn't have the opportunity to finish the year... had 28 receptions for 450 yards and five touchdowns as a junior at Northwestern...while at Dunbar Senior High School, he played for head coach Craig Jefferies, a former Lobo assistant...Dunbar also produced NFL stars Vernon and Vontae Davis, Arrelious Benn and Joshua Cribbs...also competed in track during high school...listed as the 11th best recruit in the state of Maryland.
PERSONAL: Born April 30, 1992...son of Randolph Adams.