By now, NFL teams should have a strong idea of what Jamal Adams brings to the table as a football player. But they probably have less idea of what he can do on the diamond.
Before LSU baseball’s game Saturday against Georgia, Adams threw out the ceremonial first pitch.
Adams, dressed out in a No. 33 LSU baseball pinstripe jersey, threw a strike from the mound to Tigers shortstop Kramer Robertson.
After the throw, Adams went down the line and shook hands with the LSU team.
On Twitter, Adams later essentially congratulated himself on his successful first pitch.
I knew I should've played baseball…
— JamalAdams (@TheAdams_era) March 18, 2017
Adams, a safety on the LSU football team the past three seasons, has been projected to go as high as the top five in the upcoming 2017 NFL Draft.
The Tigers won the game, 5-1.
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