Here is the second installment:
LB, 6-3, 222
Irving HS (Irving, TX)
Recruiting Class of 2003
ArmySports.com: So what is new Cason since the last time we talked?
Cason Shrode: I've been working out and running, getting ready for next season.
ArmySports.com: Tell me a little of what you are feeling about the upcoming football season. What do you expect? Anticipations?
Cason Shrode: I'm not necessarily anticipating starting. If I do, that would be great, but I want to make a name for myself.
ArmySports.com: Last time we spoke, you indicated that you weighed 222. Is that your present weight and what weight do you want to come in at?
Cason Shrode: I'm at 220 now, and I expect to come in at about 225.
ArmySports.com: Have you already started your "Black Knight" workout?
Cason Shrode: Yes, I have started the Army Football workout and it's butt kicker.
ArmySports.com: Do you see yourself as more of a run stopper or more of a blitzing type of linebacker?
Cason Shrode: I considered myself more of a blitzer, although I have no problem stopping the run. I just happen to like blitzing.
ArmySports.com: What number would you like to wear at Army?
Cason Shrode: Either #6 or #37.
ArmySports.com: Why #6?
Cason Shrode: I just like how #6 looks and #37 was my high school number.
ArmySports.com: Have you chosen a field of study yet?
Cason Shrode: I'm thinking about Business.
ArmySports.com: What's your favorite movie? Last movie you went to see?
Cason Shrode: Training Day with Denzel Washington, that was pretty intense.
ArmySports.com: Outside of football, what part of West Point life are you most looking forward to?
Cason Shrode: Basically the leadership I'll get and the camaraderie with the other cadets.
ArmySports.com: I look forward to speaking to you again, and don't forget, Go Army, Beat Navy.
Cason Shrode: Thank you, same here and yeah, Go Army, Beat Navy!