Chatting With Buster

At the Daytona Beach Seabreeze scrimmage Saturday, The Territory spotted Florida State linebacker <b>Buster Davis </b>roaming the sidelines. The former first-team USA Today All-American was kind enough to answer some questions regarding spring ball and the upcoming season. Check out this exclusive Q&A. "The spring was more focused," Davis said. "We slacked off the last two years. We lost too many games."

On Saturday at the Daytona Beach Seabreeze scrimmage, The Territory spotted Florida State linebacker Buster Davis roaming the sidelines. The first-team USA Today All-American was kind enough to answer some questions regarding spring ball and the upcoming season. Check out this exclusive Q&A.

What's your current weight?

"I'm up to 245 pounds now."

What are some of your goals for the upcoming year?

"My goal for the team is to help the team win a National Championship. Personally, I want to do whatever it takes to win and help the team."

Did you notice a difference from last year's team and this year's team fall to spring?

"The spring was more focused. We slacked off the last two years. We lost too many games. We lost nine games in the last two years and that's way too many for Florida State. I would say more focused. We know exactly what we have to do to win a National Championship."

What are your thoughts on some of the young and upcoming defensive players around you?

"I think we're going to have the biggest impact on defense. I think between the red shirt freshman and the true sophomore's that we will have a great impact. That's the nucleus for the future of Florida State's defense."

What are your thoughts on some of the new guys to the defense like Chauncey Davis?

"I think that Chauncey came on great. He had a tremendous spring so he's going to make a great impact along with Eric Moore and Kam Wimbley."

What do you think of some of the other young linebackers like A.J. (Nicholson) and Sam (McGrew)?

"I think that we will be a force to reckon with in the future. Between the three of us, I don't that there be a better young linebacker core ever. I mean anytime soon. You know we bring that new up to date age linebacker that can run to the ball fast and one that is big. We can smell the ball out."

Have you had the opportunity to meet Ernie Sims yet?

"I have known Ernie for a couple of years now. I think he's going to be a great addition; not only for the linebacker core but for the team also. He's from a winning program and he knows what it takes to win. It's going to be alright."


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