This first clip, which runs 6 minutes, includes 2 minutes of conversation with Hoffman-Ellis that starts at the 4:01 mark. He talks about reduced mental lapses this August vs. last, the quest for a bowl win, and his nomination for freshman of the year. The practice footage that precedes the interview includes a receiver blocking drill, a TD catch by Bobby Ratliff and an up-close view of Hoffman-Ellis in action. Here's the clip..
The second clip runs a little over 4 minutes. It starts with various drills and then moves to an up-close look at Kaufusi in 11-on-11 action. The interview with Kaufusi starts at the 2:58 mark. He says the competition at linebacker is neck-and-neck. He also talks about three freshmen who are making a name for themselves. Here's the clip..
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