It's awesome. It's been a great experience. I don't feel like a rookie anymore. I've been blessed to do what I'm doing now. This is a dream. I give thanks to God and Coach Golden for giving me this opportunity.
On getting close to having a degree to coach:
This is something you step into and it's an opportunity. The work I did in high school and in the community was great. I was able to get into classes and work toward finishing it. I am two semesters away in a degree in business.
On his passion for this job:
I'm a coach. That's my passion. That's what I've been wound to do. I want to be around young people and anytime I have a chance to do it in football I am excited. I am still developing young people and that's what I am focusing on here at the University of Miami.
On one day being a college coach:
Once I get my degree, if I had it, we wouldn't be having this conversation because I consider myself one of the top coaches in the country at the high school level and I believe I could do it at the college level no problem.
On his current role:
I'm just working with student athletes, making sure the relationships with the high school coaches around South Florida is good.