A: I was changed to DB last year, in spring time, going into the season. Fall camp 2011.
Q: How much did you play?
A: It was all last season. It was a developing period for me, just to learn stuff and help the team.
Q: Why did you switch back?
A: The coaching staff saw that my talents were better at receiver than DB, so they made the switch back.
Q: Which one do you like better and why?
A: I like receiver, because I'm comfortable at it, and I played it at high school.
Q: You've said that you have been a Canes fan. How old were you when you starting watching the U?
A: I've been a Canes fan since I was ten years old, growing up in liberty city. I would see the big time players, and I wanted to be a big time player, so I decided to join Miami.
Q: Do you want to make it to the league?
A: My ultimate dream is to make it to the league. I've seen people like that who have made it like that, who have had one out breaking year, like Tommy Streeter. I feel like I can make it too.
Q: Did you know you had it in you? What is finally starting to click for you?
A: Just getting the opportunity to go out there and show. I always knew that I had it in me. I just had to get the confidence from the coaching staff to show them that I could do it.
Q: How was the Georgia Tech's game like to you?
A: I had to look at the game afterwards, because it was kind of a mix of joy and happiness. I've always wanted to do this, and I always knew I could do it. But what made it bigger was that it was a Georgia Tech game, and it was a coastal game.
Q: You've played four positions. Is that something you've picked up over the last year?
A: I guess I picked it up from the last few spots. I've got to contribute outside and inside.
Q: What have you been timed in the 40?
A: My fastest time here I clocked in a 4.33. That was last year in summer.