Curry: Definitely the facilities. I've been to a lot of schools to visit and Oklahoma State is top notch – weight room, locker room, training room – in pretty much everything. Then, on top of that, the coaching staff. There isn't a better coaching staff in the nation. Those are the two things that really caught my eye about Oklahoma State.
What was your deciding factor in committing to the Cowboys?
Curry: It was definitely those first two things as well as having a chance at early playing time, somewhere I could compete for a spot. At Oklahoma State, I'll have the chance to get some quality reps my freshman year. That's something I like.
What are three words or phrases that describe you as a person?
Curry: Smart, good personality and humble.
What are three words or phrases that describe you as a football player?
Curry: Big, physical and fast.
What is your favorite thing to do on the football field?
Curry: Definitely hitting people. There's nothing like having a big hit during a game.
What is your favorite thing to do off the football field?
Curry: Hanging out with friends and playing video games.
If you don't go on to play in the NFL, what would you like to do?
Curry: I would definitely want to be a coach.
What are you most looking forward to in terms of playing for Oklahoma State?
Curry: I think we have a good enough team to do this, so I would say winning a national championship.
What do you feel will be your biggest challenge in moving from high school to college?
Curry: I've talked to my brother (C.J. Curry) about this; he's a receiver at Oklahoma State now. He said it's definitely the speed of the game. I believe it. I know the speed of the game is going to be a lot different.
Who is the one player on Oklahoma State's roster, or in your recruiting class, that you are most excited to be teammates with next season?
Curry: That would definitely be Deric Robertson. He's a safety (from Killeen High School, Texas). Me and him have gotten along really well. We've been texting each other back and forth all the time.