Faced with an uphill climb up the depth chart, Jordan Adams (pictured, No. 23) has decided to cut bait and move on from Morgantown.
Utilizing his personal Twitter account, Adams announced Tuesday that he has taken the initial step in parting ways with the West Virginia football program, writing that “I have decided to hit the portal to find and seek a new home for me.” Adams would exit the program — the cornerback could always pull his name from the NCAA transfer database — as a graduate transfer, meaning he’d be eligible to play immediately in 2019 if he opts for another FBS program.
The past three seasons, Adams played in a combined 14 games for the Mountaineers.
As WVMetroNews.com wrote, “Adams originally signed to play at WVU along with twin brother Jacquez, who transferred out of the program to Arizona Western Junior College after the 2017 season.” Jordan Adams seriously contemplated a move away from the Mountaineers when his brother left, but ultimately opted to remain at WVU.