DeMoine Adams is a former University of Nebraska standout football player originally from Pine Bluff, Arkansas. He was a three-year starting Blackshirt defensive end who led the team in quarterback sacks during his time with the Huskers. He played a role in helping the Huskers win a Big 12 conference championship in 1999 and helped lead the Huskers to the National Championship Rose Bowl in 2002. He also enjoyed five years of pro football in the CFL, NFL, and AFL.
Off the field, DeMoine received Academic All-American honors, Academic All-Big 12 honors, the Arthur Ashe Award, Nebraska Lifter of the Year Award, and the Nebraska Fellowship of Christian Athletes Athlete of the Year Award. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science with minors in English, History, Communications, Ethnic Studies and African Studies. DeMoine went on to receive his Master’s degree in Educational Psychology and is currently pursuing his Doctorate degree at the University
As a 3-time Brook Berringer Citizenship award recipient, DeMoine speaks numerous times each year throughout the Midwest as a Motivational Speaker and Consultant. Hehas a true passion for helping people reach their full human potential as leaders and winners in life. He also works with the TeamMates Mentoring Program inspiring youth to reach their full potential through mentoring. DeMoine’s motto in life is: “Once you see where you’re going, then everything you do must correspond with where you’re going.