USFNation.com: What does it feel being out here for your fourth spring as a Bull?
Colby Erskin: It feels real good to be out here. It may be my fourth spring, but I only think I've played in two of them because of injuries.
USFN: Speaking of injuries, how are you doing healthwise?
Colby: I'm injury free and I'm back one hundred percent, finally. I feel real good this spring.
USFN: What was the year of rehab like for you and are where you at?
Colby: It's always hard when you can't play, but there's no more rehab for me. I stopped rehabbing about six months ago. My knee feels stronger than ever and now it's just about getting the confidence back.
USFN: You looked jacked as always, what's your weight going into the spring?
Colby: It's the same right around 195 pounds. I lost a lot of the weight when I hurt my knee, but I've gained it all back. I'll try and be around 190 this summer.
USFN: Are you working your way back returning punts on special teams?
Colby: That's my spot. Returning punts is me.
USFN: Where do you find yourself on the punt return depth chart?
Colby: It don't matter what the depth chart says, when the season comes around, I'll be one of them.
USFN: How do you like coach Canales as the new offensive coordinator?
Colby: Love it. Simply love it. Everybody does, the receiver unit, the QBs, the backs, we're all real excited this spring, and it shows.
USFN: How do you like the new receiver coach Phil McGeoghan?
Colby: He's cool man, real cool. He's just like coach C, and it's like he's coach Canales's brother. Everybody likes him a lot.
USFN: What do you want to accomplish this spring?
Colby: I want to get on the depth chart first. Right now I'm three on receiver, and this is the time for me to prove that I'm back and move up.
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