A: Will. I started out at sam (last year) and then moved back to will. I'm 100-percent healthy now (from last year's injury).
Q: How is the spring going?
A: Coach Lovett is being real hands on. He's showing us the ropes. He's got the older guys showing us the ropes because we have a lot of young guys and they're helping as much as possible.
Q: What's your current weight?
A: Right now I'm 218. I played last season at 225. With the injury I lost a little weight. Coach Swasey wants me at about 225 this season.
Q: How is the defense matching up against the offense so far?
A: It's hard to tell in these first few practices. As time progresses, by the time the scrimmage at Traz Powell comes we'll be able to get a good look. That'll be a good measure of where we are.
Q: How much fun is it being out here again?
A: It's exciting. I was injured last year and that made my love for the game even more. Anytime you stop playing your career can be over. It's real exciting to be out here.
Q: How much did watching last year help you?
A: It helps a lot with any athlete. You can sit back and watch the older guys and learn a lot. I learned a lot from Glenn Cook. He helped me out a lot. It helps knowledge-wise.