2007: Adewale appeared briefly in 6 games (Idaho, Nebraska, Washington State, Notre Dame, UCLA and Illinois) as a reserve fullback as a senior in 2007. He had just 1 carry (a 17-yarder against Illinois). He did not participate in 2007 spring practice after deciding to forgo his senior season, but changed his mind and rejoined the team in the fall of 2007.
2006: Adewale was a backup fullback as a junior in 2006, although he did start 3 games (Arizona State, Oregon State, Notre Dame). Overall in 2006 while appearing in 9 games (all but Arkansas, Washington State, California and UCLA), he caught 2 passes for 16 yards (8.0 avg.), but did not carry the ball. He had a 6-yard catch against Washington and a 10-yarder versus Oregon.
2005: Adewale was a backup fullback and played on special teams as a sophomore in 2005. He saw brief action in 7 games (Hawaii, Arkansas, Oregon, Arizona State, Arizona, Stanford and UCLA). He made 2 tackles (1 each against Arkansas and Oregon).
2004: Adewale, who was switched from tailback to fullback prior to 2004 spring drills, served as a backup there as a redshirt freshman in 2004. He saw brief action in 5 games (Colorado State, BYU, Washington, Notre Dame and Oklahoma). He caught a 16-yard pass against Washington.
2003: Adewale redshirted as a freshman tailback in 2003, his first year at USC.
HIGH SCHOOL: He was named a 2002 Super Prep All-Farwest, Prep Star All-West honorable mention, Tom Lemming All-West, Long Beach Press-Telegram Best of the Rest, All-L.A. City second team and Los Angeles Times All-Central City first team (as a defensive back) selection as a senior at Roosevelt High in Los Angeles (Calif.). He ran for 1,400-plus yards and 26 TDs as a running back and made 27 tackles with an interception as a defensive back.
As a junior in 2001, he made All-L.A. City, Los Angeles Times All-Central City first team and All-League first team while running for 1,660 yards and 25 TDs and posting 144 tackles and an interception at linebacker.
He also competed in basketball and track at Roosevelt.
PERSONAL: He's a psychology major at USC with a B- average (2.84 GPA).
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