This took some cajones.
“Bigger d–k,” NFL draft prospect and former Washington standout Trey Adams said when asked, “if you could change anything about yourself, what it would be?” at the combine last week, according to a video that leaked to Twitter on Saturday.
Pro Football Talk, citing sources, confirmed the validity of the video, and reported that teams assign combine workers to conduct interviews in advance of the draft in April.
Teams are then sent the interviews a week later, according to the website. It is unclear how the video made its way to social media.
Combine interviews across the four major professional sports are known to be quirky, but usually it’s the team that surprises with an off-beat question.
Adams, a 6-foot-8, 318-pound offensive tackle who some mock drafts project as a second-round pick, smiled and was met with laughs for his unique answer.
He then moved his head, appearing to think over what he had just said, and then doubled down with the same two-word response.
“OK,” said the person asking the questions.
Not everyone was amused with the video, including Pro Football Hall of Famer Gil Brandt.
“I hope the person who leaked the Trey Adams video is found out and punished to the fullest extent,” tweeted Brandt, who oversaw the Cowboys dynasty. “These are supposed to be confidential meetings. Not fair to Adams or the process. Both players and teams rely on this confidentiality to have honest discussions.”