Dave McMahon -- How did the scrimmage look, did anyone stand out?
John Eason -- I will have to look at the film in more detail. Overall I was pleased. I think we just had one drop. Also we are blocking better, but we have to improve on our route running.
DM -- Mohamed Massaquoi has looked good, but what can you say about the other wide receiver spot?
JE -- Right now I would say Massaquoi would be at the split end positon... Mario Raley would be at the inside receiver position and on the other side it seems like a 3 player race between Kenneth Harris, A.J. Bryant and Mikey Henderson.
DM -- What does Massaquoi do so well?
JE -- He is always at full speed. He is so intense and he has great focus.
DM -- You have coached great wide receivers in the past, where does Massaquoi rank at his stage with those other players?
JE -- He is one of the best I've coached. With his focus, he is going to be really good.
DM -- What about some of the other receivers?
JE -- Overall I am pleased, but there are always things they can work on.
DM -- How are Kris Durham and Tony Wilson progressing?
JE -- I think they can have an outstanding future at Georgia. Right now they are making mistakes, but they will be good.
DM -- You have been blessed by coaching under such greats as Mark Richt, Bobby Bowden, Lou Holtz and others... how fun is coaching when you are coaching with these guys?
JE -- It is a lot of fun. I learned a lot from being with them. Each had their unique style and approach. I have really enjoyed coaching with those guys.
DM -- Thank you for your time and your answers.
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