A: "Spring ball is going good. We've got a new defense and we've got it installed. We're putting it all together. The more we work at it and the more we run it, the better we'll get at it."
Q: How do you like the new scheme?
A: "The new scheme is great. It gives us the opportunity to mix it up. It mixes some man coverage with some zone blitzes. It puts the defense in a position to get the ball back to the offense."
Q: What unit do they have you playing on right now?
A: "It's a mixture. We're just rotating the ones and twos to see who has the best chemistry. We're rotating to see what eleven guys have the best chemistry together."
Q: Are you playing both in the slot and outside?
A: "Yes I am.
Q: Where do you feel most comfortable?
A: "I'll play where ever they need me to win. If they need me inside, I'll play it. If they need me outside, I'll play it. Safety, I'll play it."
Q: What do you think is your strongest asset at cornerback?
A: "I'd say my aggressiveness, my ability to jam and cover."
Q: You're the biggest cornerback on the team. Do you think you can shut down both tall and short receivers?
A: "I think it's just a technical thing. I think my jam is my strongest asset. I think technique helps me a lot as far as covering big receivers, small receivers and everyone in between."
Q: What has been the biggest improvement for you since your first day at Miami?
A: "Technique. Better technique and improving my body control."
Q: How anxious are you guys to turn it around coming off of a 5-7 season?
A: "Five and seven is not UM at all. We're anxious. As soon as last season ended, that's when the work began."
Q: What are the keys to success going into next season?
A: "Excellence. Team excellence and dominate across the board."