Xaiver Stinson: I like those schools because I have been to see their facilities, and I like what I have seen.
Do you think Georgia's situation at running back will effect the way you view them.
Not really – it does not really matter. I just want to give it all I have, and I think it would be a good thing at Georgia because they have a lot of older players and they will all be gone by the time I get there.
What do you like most about running the football?
I like punishing people. They say running back is a tough spot to play, but if you punish people they won't want to tackle you. That's what I do.
What's it feel like when you stiff arm a guy?
Words can not explain it. You have to feel it sometime.
Has Miami come into the picture yet?
Yeah, they have been there. I've been to the games and some of the practices.
You don't mention Miami – is it too close?
You told me that you camped at Georgia – what impressed you about it?
The facilities – the learning facility – its not just football at Georgia; its academics, too. I think I would fit in good there.
NOTE: Stinson finished last season with 112 Attempts, 780 yards, and 14 touchdowns at running back for Chaminade-Madonna.