A Learning Experience
Dave McMahon -- How has practice been so far?
Demarcus Dobbs -- It has been good. I am learning a lot. There is so much to learn.
DM -- So, it's a lot more intense than high school...
DD -- A lot more. You can get away with a lot of things in high school, but not here. There a so many things I need to learn, such as proper technique. I am also learning a new position. I played mostly linebacker and tight end in high school.
DM -- What do you weigh now?
DD -- I am at 260 pounds.
DM -- Is this the weight that the coaches want you at?
DD -- Yes. Somewhere between 260 and 263. As long as I don't lose my speed.
DM -- Have the coaches talked to you about redshirting?
DD -- No. I just go out there everyday as I was playing. I am learning a new position so I might redshirt, but I will be ready in case I don't.
DM -- What is Coach Fabris like?
DD -- He is a pretty intense coach. He loves to teach. He really makes us work hard.
DM -- What can you learn from Quentin Moses and Charles Johnson?
DD -- I learn a lot, from the best way to lineup so I get a better jump and I learn the best angles to get to the quarterback. Off the field those guys are great, too. They are so humble and they are so willing to help.
DM -- Who are some of your favorite defensive linemen in the pros?
DD -- I am a Colts fan so I love watching Dwight Freeney. He is so explosive.
DM -- Being from Savannah, have you ever ran into UGA?
DD -- No, but I look forward seeing him during picture day.
DM -- Thank you for your time and answers.
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