Trey Adams has seen a lot of changes at Washington since his commitment last summer except one thing remains the same: The three-star offensive tackle is not even thinking about backing off his pledge.
The Wenatchee, Wash., standout has seen a coaching staff switch and he's landed new offers from USC, Oregon and others but Adams just worked out at Washington's camp and said his commitment remains rock solid.
"I was at the UW camp and I've been working with everybody," Adams said. "Nothing has changed. I'm still committed to UW and it's all good."
The three-star offensive tackle committed to Washington in early August so he's dealt with the coaching change from Steve Sarkisian (who went to USC) to Chris Petersen (who came from Boise State) but Adams said so far it's been a perfect fit.
Adams, a 6-foot-7, 275-pound recruit, said working with the new staff at camp was excellent and it's a big reason why he's not seriously considering other programs.
"It's been really good," Adams said. "I like them because they teach, they don't just coach. They actually teach you something. I get along well with all of them and it's been really good.
"They're always recruiting me. I think they know they have me so far."
There is no reason to think otherwise. The Wenatchee standout said he is not going to take trips to USC or Oregon and he's not really interested in considering any other programs at this point.
For Washington fans, all the signs from Adams remain positive as his senior season approaches.
"It's just that I've always wanted to go there," Adams said. "It's pretty much my dream school."