A: In a sense, it does. But, you know, we just got to compete and keep preparing. These next few days are crucial for a lot of young guys to get in and study film and for the vets to lead the way.
Q: What's the craziest thing you have ever seen Duke Johnson do?
A: The craziest thing I've seen him do was just do a back flip; no hands, no running start, or anything. It wasn't even a back flip. I was like a side flip or something. I can't even explain it. It was at the end of a run [during practice]. The kid is gifted.
Q: Since you have been here, who is comparable to Duke?
A: Definitely Lamar. Sean Spence. I just can't think of many people.
Q: What do you guys have to do against GT?
A: A blown assignment is big play for those guys. So, it's just important that we lock in and do our assignments. You know, attention to detail and just do our job.
Q: As a cornerback, what's the biggest thing to focus on this week?
A: Georgia Tech doesn't a lot, but, when they do throw, they're going deep. So, you have to pay attention to detail and just do your job.
Q: Can you read those keys?
A: Yeah. I'll tell you that's the biggest thing. Because you gotta get that done in practice; knowing what we have to do, knowing where have to be, and just trusting your eyes.
Q: What is it like defending Duke in practice?
A: Duke is elusive and he has the power. Sudden power, at times. You know, I was going up against him everyday at camp; seeing him go through development, and getting better everyday, and asking questions. We have a guy that is hungry and getting better and the production shows on the field.