Rebecca Johnston: What is your favorite moment in sports history?
RJ: What would you do first if you won the lottery?
DD: I would give it to charity.
RJ: Who is the most important person in your life?
DD: My mother.
RJ: What is the hardest thing you've ever gone through?
DD: When my mom got into an accident, and I didn't know if she was going to live. I didn't know what to do.
RJ: What's the funniest thing that ever happened to you?
DD: I can't think of anything right off.
RJ: What is something we don't know about your head coach?
DD: He is a very nice guy outside of football, takes care of his players.
RJ: Who is the best player on your team (besides you)?
DD: Andrew Gilmer.
RJ: What is your favorite thing about school?
DD: I like being around my friends.
RJ: What is your favorite childhood memory?
DD: My first Bantam League Game.
RJ: What is your greatest virtue?
DD: I'm down to earth.
RJ: What is the virtue you most admire in others?
DD: My friends are nice to everybody. They treat everybody like they are their best friend.
RJ: Do you have pets?
RJ: What is your favorite food?
DD: Pepperoni pizza.
RJ: Who is your favorite musical performer?
DD: Rascal Flatts.
RJ: What is your favorite video game?
DD: NCAA Football 2007.
RJ: Who gave you the nickname?
DD: My Mom when I was little.
RJ: What is your favorite season of the year?
RJ: If you could visit any place where would you go?
RJ: Where would you like to live?
RJ: Who is your hero?
RJ: What is your proudest moment?
DD: Getting my scholarship offers.
RJ: Excluding football what is your favorite sport?
RJ: If you could attend a football game with two people, one a family member or friend and the other person someone you don't know, but admire. Who would you take?
DD: My dad and someone who loves football that has a handicap.
RJ: After your college career is over how would you like to be remembered in their history?
DD: As a player that never gave up and worked hard for what I accomplished.
Rebecca Johnston is a feature writer for Scout.com.