Londen Fryar Q&A

The son of NFL great Irving Fryar, London comes to WMU from Holy Cross High School in Delran, New Jersey. Broncos Illustrated talked to the younger Fryar last week; read on to see what he has to say.

Can you talk about what the transition is like going from high school to college?

It's more organized and everything moves at a much quicker pace. Here you have times, and as soon as that time is up you're moving on to the next thing.

It's more mental then physical too. You come here and have meetings, I never had meetings in high school. We have a whole lot of meetings and it's football all day long. You always start early in the morning and go till night. You have to be focused, you have to be mentally ready.

What type of receiving skills do you bring to WMU?

When I came here the coaches were saying that I was a young Greg Jennings. To me that's a great compliment because I've watched him play and he's a great one. He does some really spectacular things on the field, so being compared to him is a great honor. I hope I can come out like him when I get a little older. I guess I bring his aspects to the game, I like to bring excitement to the game.

What has your Dad taught you about the game?

I learned from my Dad you always have to stay humble. The harder you go the humbler you have to be. My Dad taught me how to run my routes and a lot of the little things. He didn't teach me much about after I catch the ball that just came natural. He worked with me over the summer training me what I had to do running wise and lifting weights wise. He got me prepared to come here.

40 time?

My last 40 time was 4.4.

What are you majoring in?

Business marketing.

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