A: "Too many mistakes. I've got to learn from the mistakes. There were too many busts and too many mental errors."
Q: You were still able to get to the quarterback pretty well though right?
A: "Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. I was just hustling, getting around, going 100 miles per hour."
Q: Last time we spoke, you said you still had to learn some moves. Have you learned any since then?
A: "Yea I've learned to use my speed and kind of a rip move where you like dip your shoulder and lean. I can also bull rush."
Q: How comfortable are you now at defensive end?
A: "I'm about 85 or 90 percent comfortable. I'm getting there. I'm pretty comfortable right now."
Q: You put a big hit on one of the backs during the scrimmage. Did it feel good to lay a hit like that?
A: "That was Shawnbrey (McNeal). It feels good you know after that hit everybody kind of got pumped up and started playing a little faster."
Q: As a defensive line, do you feel that you're coming together?
A: "I think were feeding off each other and coming together both as a team and as a line."
Q: What's the toughest part of your adjustment to defensive end?
A: "Right now, probably trying not to always bull rush and learning how to read blocks. At linebacker, I was like five to seven yards back so it was easier to make the reads."