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Adam Seery
Adam Seery


Albuquerque, N.M.

High School:
El Dorado High School

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 220




Washington: A two-time letterwinner at fullback ... has also been used at quarterback and safety during his Husky career. 2002: Earned his second letter after appearing in five games ... played against San Jose State, Wyoming, Oregon, Washington State and Purdue in the Sun Bowl ... did not carry the ball in any games. 2001: Spent the majority of the 2001 season competing with Casey Paus for the No. 3 quarterback job ... saw first-career game action in Huskies' 53-3 win over Idaho ... did not attempt a pass. 2000: Switched back to safety in fall drills after playing quarterback in the spring ... did not see any action in 2000, but was active on the Husky scout squad ... earned Defensive Scout of the Week honors for the week leading up to the Huskies' win over Arizona. 1999: Redshirted the season.

High School and Personal: Born Nov. 27, 1980, in Albuquerque ... parents are Richard and Julie ... has an older sister, Brandy, and a younger brother, Alex ... an All-Western Region pick by PrepStar ... quarterbacked the Eagles to 17 wins in his last 19 games ... led them to back-to-back conference titles ... two-time first-team all-district safety ... two-time first-team all-city defensive back ... first-team all-state in the secondary ... was all-city and all-state quarterback his senior season ... chosen for the state's annual North/South All-Star game ... named New Mexico Gatorade Player of the Year ... honorable mention All-American by USA Today ... threw for 903 yards (50-97) and 10 touchdowns in an undefeated regular season ... rushed for 312 yards on 47 carries and 11 TDs ... scored 66 points and intercepted eight passes on a team that scored 460 points and gave up only 35 ... an all-city and all-district pick as a junior ... completed 40 of 83 passes for 427 yards and four TDs ... had five interceptions in 1997 ... also earned three letters in basketball and track ... a communications major.

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