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Chris Adcock
Player Profile:
Chris Adcock 1250458
Position: Offensive Lineman
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 295
Year: Senior
Hometown: Rowlett, TX
High School: Dallas Christian HS
Experience: 3 Letters

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Career Stats
Game Logs: 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011

Adcock played in 31 career games with 27 starts during the final four of his five seasons at Cal from 2010-14. He started all 12 games at center in his final campaign as a 2014 senior after missing the last eight games of his 2013 junior year due to injury. In addition to starting the first four games of 2013 at center, the four-year letterwinner also started 11 at right guard in 2012 and played in three games off the bench in 2011. Adcock earned first-team Pac-12 All-Academic honors each of his final three seasons, while adding Campbell Trophy national semifinalist and Capital One Academic All-District 8 and Cal’s Male Tom Hansen Pac-12 Conference Medal honors during his senior campaign. Adcock graduated from Cal with a pair of bachelor’s degrees in business administration and interdisciplinary studies in December of 2014 with a 3.53 cumulative GPA.

After Cal
► Began pursuing a joint MD and masters of public health at the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio in May of 2015
 
Cal Career (2010-14)
► Cal’s first three-time first-team Pac-12 All-Academic (2012-14) football student-athlete since Mike Mohamed (2008-10)
► Played in 31 games with 27 starts over the last four seasons of his five campaigns with the program, making his first 11 starts at right guard as a 2012 sophomore, four at center in the first four games of his 2013 junior campaign before a season-ending injury and starting all 12 games for the first time in his career as a 2014 senior
► Made two tackles with a career-high-tying one in both a game during his 2012 sophomore season vs. Arizona State and the final contest of his collegiate career in the 2014 season finale vs. BYU
► Graduated from Cal in December of 2014 with a pair of bachelor’s degrees in business administration and interdisciplinary studies and a 3.53 cumulative GPA

Senior (2014)
► Started all 12 games at center after returning from a knee injury that ended his 2013 junior season after four games
► Anchored the offensive line for a Cal offense that set or equaled 12 single-season school or modern-era school records and ranked in the top 15 nationally in five offensive categories
► Picked up his lone tackle of the season and the second of his career in his final collegiate game against BYU
► A national semifinalist for the prestigious Campbell Trophy also known as the “Academic Heisman”
► Earned Capital One Academic All-District 8 honors
► Named first-team Pac-12 All-Academic for the third consecutive season
► Cal’s nominee for Pac-12 Football Scholar-Athlete of the Year
► Picked up Cal’s Andrew L. Smith Scholarship given to a senior for academic excellence
► Winner of Cal’s Male Tom Hansen Pac-12 Conference Medal awarded annually to each member institution’s outstanding senior male and female student athletes based on the exhibition of the greatest combination of performance and achievement in scholarship, athletics and leadership
► Picked up a spot on the National Football Foundation’s Hampshire Honor Society honoring student athletes in their final season of collegiate eligibility for maintaining a 3.2 GPA or better throughout their collegiate career
► Earned the NFF’s Scholar-Athlete of the Day recognition on November 7
► Earned an Oscar Geballe Post-Graduate Scholarship announced in May of 2015 for his performance during the season
► Listed as the second-smartest player in college football in June of 2014 by NFL.com
► Member of the Cal Football Academic Council, a student-athlete run academic mentoring group, for the second consecutive campaign
 
Junior (2013)
► First-team Pac-12 All-Academic for the second consecutive season
► Started the team’s first four games at center before suffering a season-ending injury during practice prior to the team’s fifth game of the campaign vs. Washington State
► Missed all contact during spring practices due to injury
► Named a Jonathan and Judy Hoff Scholar-Athlete of the Week for November 4-10, 2013
► Member of the Cal Football Academic Council, a student-athlete run academic mentoring group

Sophomore (2012)
► First-team Pac-12 All-Academic
► Played in all 12 games with 11 starts at right guard with the lone exception coming off the bench in the season finale at Oregon State
► Picked up his first career tackle vs. Arizona State
 
Freshman (2011)
► Played in three home games off the bench against Presbyterian, Utah and Washington State

Freshman (2010)
► Redshirted
► Did not play
► Named Co-Scout Team Player of the Year on offense

Dallas Christian HS (Class of 2010)
► A four-year varsity letterwinner who started all 49 games possible as a prep, helping his squad to a 43-6 overall record during the four-year span
► Team was voted Division I Region II champions during his 2009 senior campaign and earned a spot in the state semifinals after winning the state title in his 2008 junior season with a perfect 14-0 mark
► Also a member of a state finalist squad during his 2007 sophomore campaign and a playoff club when he was a freshman in 2006
► Team was District champions each of his final three seasons
► First freshman to ever start on the offensive line at his high school during his 2006 rookie season
► Earned All-American honors from the National Private School Athletic Association, named to the Dave Campbell Texas Football State Super Team and was an honorable mention MVP for all of Texas private school football as a senior, while ranking among the top 15 offensive linemen and top 80 players overall in Texas
► Team captain during his senior campaign
► Also played on the defense line as a senior, collecting 54 tackles, 14.0 tackles for loss, 6.0 sacks, five forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries
► Earned Division II first-team All-State recognition in each of his final two seasons and first-team All-District honors in each of his final three campaigns
► Only sophomore on the All-District team the first time he received the award and was also an honorable mention All-State as a sophomore
► Earned All-Region honors by the National Private School Athletic Association as a junior
► Picked up academic All-State honors as both a junior and senior
► Also participated in track and field, taking sixth in the state meet in the shot put as a junior to help his squad win its first state title
► Class valedictorian
► Served as his high school’s council historian as a senior during the 2009-10 school year

Recruiting Notes (Class of 2010)
► Tabbed a four-star recruit by ESPN, who recognized him as the No. 8 guard in the nation, the No. 33 player overall in Texas and the No. 214 overall player in the nation
► Ranked as Scout’s No. 8 center nationally and ESPN’s No. 9 offensive guard
► Prepstar All-Region choice who was rated the No. 119 player overall in Texas by the organization
 
Other
► Full name is Christopher Fulton Adcock
► Born November 3, 1991
► Parents are Jeff and Christina Adcock
► Father played offensive line at UC Davis from 1979-83
► Has a long history of community service that includes mission trips to Africa and New Orleans with the trips to Africa helping to build a school and found the Christina Adcock and Sons Christian Hospital, which now serves roughly 200,000 people in Western Ghana and about 10,000 patients per year

Adcock's Career Game Highs
Tackles: 1 (twice, last vs. BYU, 2014) 

Last Updated
June 6, 2015

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