Question: What did you learn last year that will help you this year?
Burton: "I learned how to be patient and let the game come to me. I was so used to Andre giving me the ball off the bat, being able to catch the ball, make some moves and get myself into a rhythm. I might not see a pass now until the second quarter. That means I have to take advantage of every opportunity and be smarter as a receiver and make plays when you can. That is what I learned."
Question: What was life like out on your own in a different city?
Burton: "Honestly, it was just like college without the classes in a new state. Football is football for 12 hours a day. If you put in extra time, it is 13 or 14 hours a day and guys that want to be the best definitely put in the extra time. I am looking to be the best, so I am no different than those guys."
Join us over the next few days for the rest of this Q&A of Keenan Burton by Larry Vaught.
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