On Chris Leak:
"I think for a veteran quarterback, Chris Leak made some great throws, throws non-experienced QBs simply don't make. I think Chris did a nice job, a really great job. One thing about Chris, he's a tireless worker when it comes to watching film."
"Our receivers, I thought, had their best day of the spring. And they played. They played when they were covered. They went up in the air and got ‘em. We had one turnover by a receiver today, and I thought that if you had to say, ‘What were the positives?' I would answer that the receivers were the positives."
On talent and youth:
"We're young, we're an immature team, but that will change. I don't trust this team yet, which is fine. If I said I trusted them, I'd be lying right now. Talented teams that don't get developed aren't very good. I'd much rather have an untalented team that was developed. Right now we're a talented team that's undeveloped, but we're going to change that."
On Josh Portis:
"He's as explosive on his legs as he is throwing the ball. I was very impressed with him today."
On Markus Manson:
"Markus did a great job; he looked explosive on a lot of carries. People questioned his toughness, but he's really shown that this spring. He's going to be a great player here."
On the mystique of Florida:
"It really hit between the third and fourth quarters, when I kept hearing "Boys of Old Florida" and about the traditions here. It's a little humbling."