LB Brouce Mompremier Talks With USFNation
Brouce Mompremier 225 pound Linebacker
USFNation.com: How does it feel to be out here playing?
Brouce: It feels good to be back on the field, I've been waiting to play ball for a long time.
USFN: What did you do in the off-season?
Brouce: In the off season it was mainly a metal thing, I told myself I got to work hard, I got to get on the field. Its been a real long time since I been on the field and I'm getting very hungry right now.
USFN: How does it feel to work with Stephen Nicholas, Ben Moffitt, and Pat St. Louis ?
Brouce: It feels good, especially working with all three of those players, because they're all so good. So I feel like when I get a chance I can't lose a step, I got to keep pushing, keep the intensity up, and I'm up to the task.
USFN: Who are you backing up mainly?
Brouce: I mainly back up Ben Moffitt
USFN: Has Stephen Nicholas given you a nickname yet?
Brouce: No I haven't got mine yet, but coach Leavitt gave me one when I first came in as a freshmen, but that's gone now.
USFN: Is there anything you want to work on as a player?
Brouce: Basically just knowledge, knowing all the plays, all the calls, all the checks, and the different coverage's, so when you get into a game situation you won't make a mistake.
USFN: What would you say are you assets as a player?
Brouce: Being able to run, to get to the ball, hustling, always being around the ball.
USFN: How is it working under coach Burnham?
Brouce: Coach Burnham is great, he worked with Derrick Brooks and a whole bunch of other linebackers. When he first recruited me I was ready to go because I knew that he knew a lot, and he had a lot to teach.
USFN: How fast are you right now?
Brouce: Well the last time we ran 40's My hamstring was hurting, but I ran a 4.7 and a 4.8, but game speed is a totally different thing, you can't clock game speed.
USFN: Do you see a difference in between the first week of practice and now?
Brouce: Oh yeah there are plenty of differences, especially the last scrimmage, when you start to know things you fly faster.
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