A: Some guys are moving around. I just got back to corner. I was at safety before a little bit. He’s just trying everybody out right now. I don’t think anyone knows.
Q: Was that just a brief experiment?
A: Probably just being cross-trained; just trying to learn the plays a little bit more so I figured safety would help me out better at corner; just learning plays and stuff.
Q: Do you have a preference?
A: I’m probably still going to play corner.
Q: Will you play any at star?
A: Probably not. We’ve really got some good players to play star so I probably won’t.
Q: Who’s working there?
Q: Are things more settled on the defense?
A: We’re all comfortable, but we still don’t know who’s going to be put where, so we’re just trying to figure that out right now.
Q: What do you expect out of Malkom Parrish in his second year?
A: I expect a lot out of him. He’s a really good player. He’s physical; he’s smart (and) he knows what’s going on so he’ll bring a lot to the table this year.
Q: What does your fourth spring feel like?
A: I can say that I’ve grown a whole lot so it’s still like a learning experience. I’m trying to get better every day. I’m just going out and giving it my all.
Q: What are some things you could get better at?
A: Jamming, keeping my hands up and just keep playing.
Q: How would you say the secondary played last year?
A: I think we did pretty good. We went 10-3, but that’s just football. I think we did really well, though.