Curtis Brown: I played pretty good. I think I did a good job. No one caught anything on me.
IT: You intercepted the East's Tyrod Taylor in the first quarter. Was that your most memorable play?
Brown: You know it.
IT: What happened on that play?
Brown: I just saw it coming. I knew where he was going to throw it.
IT: You had a chance to return your interception for a touchdown, but you fumbled the ball out-of-bounds after you got hit. What happened?
Brown: I got hit real hard. I thought I was fixing to score.
IT: After your interception, you were shown on television and you made the Hook'em gesture. What was going through your mind then?
Brown: I was just trying to represent. I think I did pretty good.
IT: Were there any aspects of the game in which you could have played better?
Brown: I did just right I think.
IT: Which Texas commitment impressed you the most during the game?
Brown: Everybody played a good game. Nobody really just stood out or nothing. They were straight.
IT: Does your play in the game give you more confidence for your career at Texas?
Brown: Pretty much, because I played against the best in the nation. That was a good experience.
IT: How much potential do you and the others in your recruiting class have?
Brown: We've got good potential. We're the best recruiting class there is.
IT: You are scheduled to arrive in Austin later this month. When will that happen?
Brown: I'm going there on January 13. Until then, I'm going to chill with my people back home and get ready to go college and that's about it.
IT: How excited are you to get there?
Brown: I'm real excited.
IT: Did you hear from the Texas coaches today?
Brown: Yeah, they all told me good job and stuff. They text messaged me.