"It's great to see him bringing together his personality, his gifts, and his love for the game of football, and spreading it to others. In a way, he's performing a football corporate work of mercy,``Franzinger said. '' He's clothing people and giving kids what they need in order to play the game. Obviously, football has impacted his life, and impacts people in different ways. He realizes, in an ignatian and christian way, that he was given certain opportunities and now he wants to share that with others, so that others have the opportunity he had. that's really impressive.
Adam was one of the best leaders I've ever coached. He sticks out for those leadership abilities and how he treated his teammates and coaches. That wasn't something that just occurred when he was a senior or captain. He has certain innate qualities that people gravitate towards."
- Ryan Franzinger, Dean of Students and Defensive Coordinator, St. Ignatius High School