35 Adam Macomber
35 Adam Macomber
Height: 5-6
Weight: 170
Year: Senior
Hometown: Port Angeles, Wash.
High School: Port Angeles HS '05
Position: DB
Experience: 3L

2008: Listed as a backup at boundary cornerback on EWU's preseason depth chart. May also return kickoffs. He had a pair of tackles to go along with a pass broken up and a sack in the Red-White Spring Game.

2007: Earned honorable mention All-Big Sky Conference honors as a special teams player. He was the team's special team player of the week against Northern Arizona (11/10/07) and twice he had the team's big hit of the week. He had a season-high five tackles in EWU's 52-24 win over Northern Arizona (11/10/07).

2006: Lettered as a backup cornerback and special teams player. He made the first and only start of his career at rover in EWU's 34-0 win over Northern Colorado (10/14/06). He had a season-high eight tackles against West Virginia (9/9/06). He also had a 37-yard kickoff return in EWU's final game of the season against Idaho State (11/11/06). He was one of five Eagles given off-season strength and conditioning awards. He led the team with 17 tackles in four spring scrimmages, and added a pair of passes broken up.

2005: Did not start, but proved to be a valuable backup running back and special teams player after walking-on when practice began in late August. Macomber was selected as the EWU's Special Teams Player of the Year for his efforts. He finished the year with 48 yards rushing on 17 carries and added four tackles. He also returned six kickoffs for a 24.7 average with a long of 36. He won the team's big hit and special teams player off the week awards against Cal Poly (11/5/05). He was the team's offensive scout team player of the week twice before he began playing in games.

HS: Graduated from Port Angeles HS in 2005. He earned honorable mention All-State honors as a running back from WashingtonPreps.com. He was a first team all-league pick in football and baseball, and also wrestled. He earned second team All-State honors as a baseball outfielder.

Personal: Born 1/4/87 in Oklahoma City, Okla. Last name is pronounced "may-come-ber." Community health major.

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