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Former Western Michigan Broncos linebacker/defensive end Keion Adams visited the Los Angeles Chargers recently, according to NFL Draft Diamonds.
Adams is a former three-sport athlete in high school, who is explosive while wielding his repertoire of pass-rush moves in a fashion that could net stout NFL results.
Adams is only 6-foot-2, 245 pounds, which is very light for an every down defensive end or outside linebacker in the league.
His lack of size creates concerns for him in the running game. Larger offensive linemen will be able to bully him around which could make it difficult for him to set the edge in the run game.
There are also some character concerns surrounding Adams that could see him fall completely out of the draft, per CBS Sports’ draft projections.