With both parents successful collegiate athletes, Arizona Wildcats sophomore wide receiver Tre Adams was destined to excel in sports.

His mother, Jennifer (Ruff) Adams was a basketball Hall of Famer at Washington State, the same school where his father was a wide receiver, according to his college bio.

That heritage laid the groundwork for some impressive athletic accomplishments at Wakeland High School in Frisco. The honors include lettering four years in football, but Adams excelled in track and field, lettering in the triple jump and 200- and 400-meter races. Over his varsity career, Adams amassed 1,867 yards and 21 touchdowns, earning him a three-star recruit.

Adams stands out as a scholar-athlete, with membership in the National Honor Society. A pre-business major, the 6-foot-3, 190-pound Adams has two siblings, Quincy and Kayla.

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