I wouldn't recommend you do this but it theoretically it is
possible but would have its limitations.
First each wireless AP would have to have a unique subnet.
This is unlikely since most consumer AP's default to
192.168.0.x or 192.168.1.x. But lets assume for the sake of
theory that they are all unique.
Since each adapter would be on it's own network with it's
own IP address I'm not sure that adapter teaming would be
applicable here even if the hardware supported it.
What you could do is manipulate your routing table so that
different Internet subnets are handled by different
adapters. This approach will not yield a good balanced
traffic load...but it could help in some very limited cases.
I'm not even sure it would work with bit torrents because
your TCP/IP session to the tracker would be out of one of
the 10 networks and all the peer traffic would be
established on that connection.
If you were to download files from 10 ftp sites you could
put in 10 static routes and pull each download off a
different adapter. But not very practical.