New Mexico: Enters his second year of law school … working on the center position now that he is injury free … was named a candidate for the 2015 Allstate AFCA GoodWorks team for his community service contributions, academics and athletics … has spent time in the offseason building schools and working at make-shift hospitals in Africa, a project with his family … actively participates in a spring after-school exercise program with a local elementary school … will begin his junior season with his college degree already in hand, giving him two years to work on a law degree … a 2012, 2014 and 2015 Mountain West All-Academic selection … a 2014-15 Lobo Scholar-Athlete … named a Mountain West Scholar-Athlete in 2012-2013 … earned a 2014-15 Director’s Chair for graduating with a perfect 4.0 grade point average … a 2014 Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District selection … a 2015 preseason third team selection by Phil Steele and honorable mention by collegesportspreseason.com … the 2015 Spring Camp Hard Hat Champion.
2015 (Redshirt Junior Season): Played in three games, with one starts at right tackle for the Lobos … missed the final 10 regular season games with a variety of injuries, but returned against Arizona to play left tackle … in his opening game against Mississippi Valley State he graded out at 89 percent, and perfect on assisgnment … earned a start against Tulsa but was limited to 25 plays … recorded eight knockdowns on the season.
2014 (Redshirt Sophomore Season): Played in 11 games, with 10 starts at right tackle for the Lobos … missed the opening game after hand surgery, but returned to get eight snaps against Arizona State … despite being a bit underzied for right tackle, ended up with 10 starts at the position … received an outstanding 99 percent assignment grade, and finished the season with 67 knockdown blocks … recorded double-digit knockdown blocks in consecutive games against Fresno State and UTSA.
2013 (Sophomore Season): Redshirted.
2012 (Freshman Season): Participated in 12 games with eight starts as a true freshman … played only eight snaps against Wyoming on Nov. 10 but was perfect on assignment and was credited with four knockdown blocks in his short time on the field … received the highest grade on the offensive line for effort, 88 percent, against the Cowboys … was perfect on assignment in 34 snaps against UNLV on Nov. 3 … was credited with five knockdown blocks versus the Rebels, which tied for third on the team … graded out at 100 percent assignment and 70 percent overall against Fresno State on Oct. 27 … recorded four knockdown blocks against the Bulldogs as well … played limited snaps at Air Force but graded out at 100 percent on assignments … graded out at 100 percent assignment in limited playing time because of injury at Hawai’i on Oct. 13 … tied for the team lead with 10 knockdown blocks against Texas State on Oct. 6 … received a grade of 98 percent on assignments and an overall grade of 68 percent against the Bobcats … graded out at 98 percent assignment as the Lobos rushed for 330 yards against No. 24 Boise State on Sept. 29 … finished with an overall grade of 71 percent and four knockdown blocks against the Broncos … recorded nine knockdown blocks against New Mexico State on Sept. 22 … received a grade of 99 percent assignment against the Aggies … graded out at 95 percent on assignment vs. Texas Tech on Sept. 15 … recorded a 97 percent grade on assignments and had three knockdown blocks at Texas on Sept. 8 as the Lobos rushed for over 200 yards against the stout Longhorn defense … made his first career start as a true freshman against Southern on Sept. 1 and had a 98 percent assignment grade with six knockdown blocks.
High School: Four-year starter for Dallas Christian and coach Mike Wheeler, where Adcock was a Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools first-team All-State selection in 2010 and 2011 … played guard, center, left tackle, defensive tackle, defensive end and deep snapper … All-District selection all four years … ranked as a Top-20 offensive lineman in the state of Texas by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Magazine in 2010 and ‘11 … a Top-100 Texas recruit in ‘11, according to Friday Night Football Magazine … selected to the National Underclassmen Combine’s Top 100 Camp in 2009, ‘10 and ‘11 … Dallas Christian made the postseason all four years he started … won TAPPS Division II state championship in 2008 … he holds school weight-lifting records in the dead lift (675 pounds), squat (605), power clean (305) and bench press (385) … also participated in basketball, track and field and golf … has a personal best of 50 feet, 2 inches in the shot put … a three-star Rivals.com recruit.
Personal: Born Aug. 5, 1993 in Garland, Texas … full name is Garrett William Adcock … parents are Jeff and Christina…one brother, Chris, who is a center at the University of California … an academic All-State selection … dad was an offensive lineman at UC Davis … ranked as the top student in his class with a 4.0 grade point average…a member of the National Honor Society … a state winner and national finalist (one of 12 – six boys and six girls) among some 48,000 applicants for the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award, which is based on academic achievement, athletic accomplishment and community service … helped start Mission Hospital in Ateiku, Ghana … went on a mission trip to New Orleans to help Hurricane Katrina victims … volunteers to help with the Special Olympics.