Adarius Pickett talked earlier this week. If the video above won't play, try the version below.
On spring practice:
So far it’s going good. I’ve gotten a whole lot of reps with the ones. We have a real good pass rush right now. Its going pretty good.
On what he brings:
A lot of physicality. A whole lot of physicality, I bring to the game.
On what he’s learned this spring:
Really to trust my technique and what Ive learned in the offseason. Once I learned those, things fall into place.
On what changed down the stretch for him last year:
I don’t think it was the mentality changing, it was the preparation I made last year. I feel like it carried on in the offseason and my work ethic increased. I studied some of the NFL players and the techniques they use.
On which NFL players he models his game:
I like Kam Chancellor and how he controls the Seahawks defense. From a corner perspective, Patrick Peterson. I also watch Deonne Bucannon, my brother played with him. I like the Seahawks and Cardinals.
On the focus in the weight room:
Coach Alosi's program has worked real well. You know how important it is. We want to be a physical team this year. I think everyone took last season into their thoughts. I think there was more heavy weight, increase the weight, see what we can do.
On his size right now:
I’m 202 right now. My max in everything has went up. I feel confident in the weight room.
On if everyone looks bigger:
Most definitely. You look at Bolu, he looks heavier and much more built.
On which running back is hardest to tackle:
Nate Starks runs hard too, but you have to get them to the ground.