Wide receiver Eric Adeyemi is a Kentucky transfer that maximized his vast potential at Kent State. After serving mostly as a kick returner as a junior for the Golden Flashes- and logging 406 return yards- Adeyemi became more of a weapon on offense as a senior. He had 18 catches for 242 yards and 3 scores in a varied offense mostly focused on RB Dri Archer. After a strong Pro Day performance, Adeyemi opened the eyes of scouts and no doubt forced them back to the film. It was my pleasure to interview Eric for NFL Draft Zone.
Shaun DePasquale: Thank you for taking the time to speak with me today Eric. Can you tell me where you’re training for the NFL Draft?
Eric Adeyemi: I’m training on campus at Kent State with my strength and conditioning coach.
SD: What do you feel are your strengths and things you may need to work on?
EA: My strengths are my speed, quickness, and getting off the line of scrimmage. Making big plays. As far as thing I need to work on, I would say everything. A great ...