Adam Perry
6  Adam Perry
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Longview, WA

High School:
R.A. Long

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 190

Position:
QB

Experience:
3V

Age:
22


COLLEGE: Finished career ranked fifth among school leaders in passing yards with 5,208 ... Second-team Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star as senior in 2008 ... Named WWU Most Valuable Player in 25-10 Dixie Rotary Bowl victory over Colorado Mines on 12/6/08 ... WWU Offensive Player of the Year and Captain's Award recipient ... GNAC Offensive Player of the Week and twice WWU Offensive Player of the Game ... Started all 11 games ... Completed 240 of 375 passes for 3,244 yards and 28 touchdowns with long of 96 yards ... Intercepted just 6 times ... Completions and passing yards were school season records and touchdown passes tied mark ... Had school-record 3,256 total yards ... Ran 16 times for 12 yards and 5 touchdowns with long of 16 and caught 1 pass for 6 yards ... Tied school record by throwing 5 touchdowns passes against Humboldt State on 10/25/08 ... Passed for 423 yards, third-most in school history, against Dixie State on 9/27/08 ... Passed for 300 or more yards in five games, a school record, and threw touchdown pass in every game ... Started first nine games in 2007 before missing final contest because of shoulder injury ... Passed for 1,587 yards, completing 138-of-263 attempts for 7 touchdowns and long of 85 yards with 4 intercepted ... Also ran 83 times for minus-3 yards and 4 touchdowns with long of 17 yards ... WWU Offensive Player of the Year ... College Sports Report National Performer of the Week, North Central Conference co-Offensive Player of the Week and WWU Offensive Player of the Week vs. UC Davis on 9/1/07 ... Completed 31-of-46 passes for 362 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions ... Played in five of last six games in 2006, making first start in finale against Minnesota State, Mankato ... Passed for 369 yards and 4 touchdowns, completing 28 of 48 passes with long of 30 yards ... Also ran 16 times for 75 yards and 1 touchdown with long of 19 ... Was central figure coming off the bench in three fourth-quarter comeback victories ... Threw 6-yard touchdown pass with 7:37 remaining in 10-6 win over Augustana on 11/4/06, tossed 10-yard touchdown pass in school's biggest comeback in at least 40 years in 24-17 victory over St. Cloud State on 10/7/06 and led 68-yard scoring drive in 17-14 win over Western Oregon on 10/28/06 ... In only start, a 35-21 win at Minnesota State, Mankato, on 11/11/06, passed for 215 yards and 2 touchdowns, completing 14 of 25 attempts, and ran 10 times for 49 yards and 1 touchdown ... Twice named WWU Offensive Player of the Game ... Played in one game in 2005 ... Completed only pass for 8 yards ... Three letters ... Redshirt in 2004.

HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team WashingtonPreps.com and Seattle Times and honorable mention Washington State Sportswriters Association Class 3A all-State choice as senior at R.A. Long High School ... Listed among Seattle Times Top 100 (white chip) state high school seniors ... Greater St. Helens League and Longview Daily News Offensive MVP ... First-team all-area and all-league ... Team co-captain and MVP ... Had school career passing records of 5,519 yards and 50 touchdowns ... As senior, broke own school season records, completing 168 passes for 2,390 yards and 24 touchdowns with just 5 interceptions ... Also ran for 589 yards ... Helped Lumberjacks to 7-3 record ... Passed for 315 yards and 5 touchdowns against Washougal ... All-area offensive MVP and second-team all-league as junior ... Passed for 2,190 yards and 19 touchdowns with just 10 interceptions ... As sophomore, threw for 939 yards and 7 touchdowns, playing just half the season ... Started and lettered three years ... Also earned four letters in basketball and three in baseball ... League MVP in basketball as senior, averaging 25.0 points ... Honorable mention all-state and league Player of the Year as junior, averaging 19.5 points and helping school to first state appearance since 1977.

PERSONAL: Major is business administration ... His father, Richard, played basketball at Lower Columbia CC.