How satisfying is it to you finally have the second team quarterback position nailed down in the eyes of the coaching staff?
Proctor: It feels pretty good. It just goes to show you that hard work pays off. Sometimes I'd rather be Charlie's back up then the "1" somewhere else. He's a good friend of mine, but it feels good to have a lot of hard work pay off finally.
What have you been trying to work on specifically with your game this spring?
Proctor: Basically, just trying to capitalizing on my opportunity. I've gotten a lot more reps and that's allowed me to make some mistakes and be able to learn from it. It's also enabled me to work with guys in different route packages, things like that. The main thing though for is just trying to capitalize on my opportunities.
There were definitely some question marks about the wide receivers this spring. Hamilton, Youngblood, Elliott- all of those guys are gone. Who have you seen really step up and try to fill the shoes of those guys?
Proctor: I think Chansi is the guy standing out to everybody right now. We all know what he can do, but we are telling him to kind of pace himself so nobody knows about him come fall. Chansi has been stepping up a lot. Curtis Baham- we saw him at the end of last year. He's got some big shoes to replace, but he's doing it for us.
How has Charlie been to you during this whole time? Is he a guy that is taking you under his wing and helping you develop more as a quarterback?
Proctor: Yeah, definitely. Being with him on the road the last few years, we are very similar in our personalities. He's taken me under his wing and kind of watched out for me as far as reading coverages and being my eyes when he's on the sideline and I'm on the field.
What about your goals for Saturday? This is your opportunity to show the fans what you can do really for the first time. What are you hoping to accomplish?
Proctor: Kind of do what I did this past Saturday. I want to put the ball on the money and just kind of prove to them that I'm probably not who they thought I was. I haven't really gotten the opportunity since I got here to go out and show the fans that they can fill comfortable if something does happen to Charlie, and that we're not going to skip a beat on offense.