Jarvis Humphrey: Ready for All-America Game

ORLANDO -- Texas defensive tackle commit Jarvis Humphrey talked about what he has learned from Omar Hunter this week, what UT fans should expect to see from him in the game tomorrow and Will Muschamp becoming Texas' new defensive coordinator in an exclusive interview with Inside Texas.

IT: How has everything been going this week?

Jarvis Humphrey: It's been going good. It's been a lot of fun.

IT: Which defensive lineman has stood out to you the most down here?

Humphrey: Omar Hunter.

IT: Have you learned anything from him this week?

Humphrey: Yeah. Most of the drills he has already done before. His coach used to be in the NFL or almost went to the NFL, so he does a lot of stuff with him. When he does his drills, he keeps his feet moving a lot and he keeps his hands moving a lot. He works on hand movement, so I've been working on that.

IT: As far as the game goes tomorrow, what can Texas fans expect to see from you?

Humphrey: The same thing they have been getting from me. I'm going to go hard all the time and be quick off the ball. I'm going to try to be unblockable.

IT: Did you get a chance to watch the Holiday Bowl and what did you think of it?

Humphrey: I watched a little bit of it. It was a good game. They played good.

IT: Texas' new defensive coordinator is Will Muschamp, who was the defensive coordinator at Auburn this year. What do you think about that?

Humphrey: I think that's great. Auburn is known for having a good defense, so I think that's good.

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