Moe Brown Breaks It Down

True freshman wide receiver Moe Brown has caught everyone's attention since he arrived on campus at South Carolina earlier this summer. The talented "rookie" has the potential to be an impact player in the Carolina offense this season, and Brown took the time to share his thoughts on a variety of topics with GamecockAnthem at the South Carolina Media Day.

Question: What are your goals for this upcoming season?

Answer: "Be true to the team, have a winning season, and hopefully become SEC Champions."

Question: What were your impressions of the summer workouts once you arrived on campus?

Answer: "Oh yea, they (the workouts) went great. I actually had a personal trainer before I joined up with the team, so that kind of helped me get acclimated a little better. It wasn't a big shock. It was hard, but it wasn't to the point that I couldn't do it. So that helped out a lot."

Question: What are your expectations for the offense this year?

Answer: "We're capable of a lot. The sky is the limit. We've got great talent in the backfield, we have great talent at receiver, and I believe Blake Mitchell is going to have a breakout year this year. The offense is set up beautifully so that we (receivers) don‘t get our heads knocked off too much. I really love that, but I believe that the sky is the limit for this offense."

Question: Your speed wasn't very highly touted coming out of high school, but ever since you arrived on campus, everyone has talked about your great speed. Tell us how fast you really are?

Answer: "Sometimes I used to go on those little (recruiting) sites, and I'd see that they have me as a possession receiver. I kind of found that funny, because 75% of my touchdowns are deep balls. It's kind of funny. I'm pretty fast. I guess I would say I'm a solid 4.4 (forty yard dash) flat guy."

Question: How would you describe yourself as a player?

Answer: "Smart. You know, people will say stuff about speed guys, but they just run down the field. I'm the type of guys that likes to get open. I'll use my speed when I need to and not use my speed when I need to. Some times you can just chunk it down in between the zone and catch the ball, then turn it on. So I'd say I'm a smart player."

Question: Which game are you looking forward to the most this season?

Answer: "The Clemson game, naturally. I grew up a Clemson fan, but they really didn't recruit me that much. I'm really looking forward to it, and I hope I can drop about 100 yards on them."

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