- With 88 catches in 2014-15, joined WRs Randall Cobb (105 in 2011-12) and Greg Jennings (98 in 2006-07) as the only Packers over the last 25 seasons to register 85-plus receptions in their first two seasons in the NFL.
- Caught a career-high 50 passes for a career-best 483 yards (9.7 avg.) and a TD last season despite missing three games due to an ankle injury.
- Played in all 16 games with 11 starts as a rookie in 2014, hauling in 38 receptions for 446 yards (11.7 avg.) and three TDs. Also started both playoff contests and caught eight passes for 124 yards (15.5 avg.) and a TD.
- Registered 121 receiving yards in the Week 13 win vs. New England in ’14, the most by a Green Bay rookie since WR Sterling Sharpe’s 124-yard effort vs. Detroit on Nov. 20, 1988.
- Set franchise postseason single-game records for the most catches and receiving yards by a rookie when he posted seven grabs for 117 yards (16.7 avg.) and a TD in a 2014 NFC Divisional playoff victory vs. Dallas.
- Drafted by the Packers with the No. 53 overall selection in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft, joining Henry Ellard (L.A. Rams, second round, 1983) as the only Fresno State wide receivers to be picked in the first two rounds of the draft
Started all 26 games he appeared in for the Bulldogs and caught 233 passes for 3,030 yards (13.0 avg.) and 38 TDs…Set school career records for receptions and TD catches, despite playing just two seasons for the Bulldogs…Caught at least one TD pass in 22 of 26 games, highlighted by a streak of 11 straight games with a TD grab (school and Mountain West records)…Posted 13 games with 100-plus receiving yards during his career, a school record…Majored in communications…Sophomore season (2013): Started all 13 games and caught 131 passes for 1,718 yards (13.1 avg.) and 24 TDs…Led the nation in receptions and receptions per game (10.1), while ranking second in the country in receiving yards per game (132.2)…Set a Mountain West Conference record with his 24 TD grabs, eight more than any player in the country in 2013, and the total ranks No. 4 in single-season FBS history…His 1,718 receiving yards set a school record and ranked No. 2 in the country in ’13 behind only Oregon State’s Brandin Cooks (1,730)…Posted three 200-yard receiving games, becoming just the third player this century to do so…Recorded three games with 200-plus receiving yards and four TDs, becoming just the second player to do so this century…Posted six double-digit reception games, the most in the nation…Registered seven 100-yard receiving games…Earned first-team All-Mountain West honors for the second straight season…Won the Paul Warfield Award, which is presented to the nation’s best receiver by the Touchdown Club of Columbus…Caught 14 passes for 148 yards (10.6 avg.) and two TDs in the season-opening 52-51 overtime win vs. Rutgers (Aug. 29)…Combined with his three 100-yard receiving games to end the 2012 season, tied a school record with his fourth consecutive 100-yard receiving game…Hauled in 12 passes for 110 yards (9.2 avg.) and a score vs. Boise State (Sept. 20), giving him a streak of 11 consecutive games with at least one TD grab dating back to 2012, a school and Mountain West Conference record…Caught a career-high 16 passes for 185 yards (11.6 avg.) and three TDs at Idaho (Oct. 5), earning Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week honors for his performance…Earned Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week recognition for the second straight game after tying a school and conference record with four TD catches vs. UNLV (Oct. 19)…Also posted his first career 200-yard game, hauling in eight passes for 221 yards (27.6 avg.)…Once again tied the school and conference record with four TD catches as part of a nine-catch, 246-yard (27.3 avg.) performance vs. New Mexico (Nov. 23)…Registered a career-high 264 receiving yards on 13 catches (20.3 avg.) along with three TDs at San Jose State (Nov. 29)…Redshirt freshman season (2012): Led the Mountain West in every receiving category, catching 102 passes for 1,312 yards (12.9 avg.) and 14 TDs…All three of the totals were school and conference records by a freshman and led all FBS freshmen in 2012…Ranked eighth in the FBS in total receptions, ninth in receptions per game (7.85) and receiving yards, and 10th in receiving yards per game (100.9)…Became the first receiver in school history to have three games with 10-plus receptions in a single season…Had six 100-yard receiving games and four games with two TD catches…Was a unanimous first-team All-Mountain West selection, becoming the first freshman and the second WR in conference history to be a unanimous first-team choice…Was named the 2012 Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year, becoming just the third player in school history to earn the honor…Named a Freshman All-American by CBSSports.com, Phil Steele’s College Football and Sporting News…Named a fourth-team All-American by Phil Steele’s College Football and an honorable mention All-American by Sports Illustrated…Was a nominee for the College Football Performance Awards National Freshman Performer of the Year Award and was added to the midseason watch list for the Biletnikoff Award…Caught seven passes for 118 yards (16.9 avg.) and two TDs in the season opener vs. Weber State (Sept. 1), becoming the first Bulldog freshman in school history to have a 100-yard receiving day in his first career game…Posted a season-high 198 receiving yards and two TDs on nine catches (22.0 avg.) at New Mexico (Oct. 27), including an 89-yard TD pass in the third quarter, which was tied for the sixth-longest grab in the FBS in 2012…Set a new Mountain West single-game record for the most receptions by a freshman with a season-high 13 catches for 144 yards (11.1 avg.) and a TD vs. Southern Methodist in the Sheraton Hawai’i Bowl (Dec. 24).
Given name Davante Lavell Adams…Born in Redwood City, Calif. …Single…Attended the same high school as NBA guard Jeremy Lin and Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh…High school: Playing both sides of the ball, he helped lead Palo Alto (Calif.) High School to a CIF state championship as a senior in 2010…Caught 63 passes for 1,094 yards (17.4 avg.) and 11 TDs in his final season…Added 44 tackles, including two for a loss, two forced fumbles, an interception and four passes defensed at CB…As a junior, caught 29 passes for 484 yards (16.7 avg.) and seven TDs…Also lettered all four years in basketball, averaging 20.0 points, 5.8 rebounds and 5.4 assists as a senior…Averaged 15.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 7.0 assists as a junior…Community involvement: Visited schools and spoke to students while he was in college in both Fresno and Palo Alto, Calif. …Residence: Palo Alto, Calif.