Q: For people who didn't know you before this week, do you feel you're putting your best foot forward catching the football?
A: Definitely. I just wanted to come out here and give myself the opportunity to compete against the best and just showcase the skills I learned the last four years at Clemson. Try to go out here and make a name for myself.
Q: Do you feel like the quarterbacks are starting to come to you more than other receivers on seven-on-sevens?
A: I'm just out there running my routes like any other receiver on the field. The ball keeps coming to me and I'm trying to make any play possible.
Q: What are the points the coaches are stressing with you?
A: Always finish the catch first before you run and make every play that we can and finish it.
Q: Will you contribute as a returner in this game as well?
A: Yes, I'll be returning, probably kick returns too. We haven't put kick returns in yet, but on punt returns, so far me and Mardy Gilyard are back there.
Q: What has been the challenge for you taking your game from the college level to this next step?
A: I would say just getting lined up more. It's a little different than certain things I was used to in college. Trying to focus on getting two feet in (bounds) too is different, but I'm starting to get the hang of that. Just getting used to the different cornerbacks that you have to go up against, but it's been fun. I've been enjoying myself a lot this week.
Q: Who are the defensive backs that have stood out to you?
A: Definitely Kyle Wilson from Boise. Chris Cook. They've all been doing a really good job. It's kind of hard to say who has been doing the best, but we're all just coming out here to compete against the best. We're just trying to go out there and compete with each other.
Q: How has the interview process with the teams been going for you?
A: I think it's been going really well. I've been showing them my time and giving them background information on anything they didn't know about me. Just trying to get to know them better as well, just as well as they're trying to get to know me.
Q: Who have you met with?
A: I met with the Jets, Packers, Bears, Browns, Buccaneers, Vikings. I had to a little thing for the Colts and met with them yesterday. I meet with the Panthers tonight. That's been going really well. I've been enjoying it. I'm just trying to make a roster.
Q: Where were you mostly lined up in college?
A: This past year I was all over the field. Coach Sweeney wanted me to take on the roll of playing inside, playing outside and being the big X receiver because that will make you more versatile in the NFL so you would know how to line up and how to do that.
Q: Do you find you get more mismatches inside than outside?
A: It just all depends if a linebacker is on me or sometimes a safety will come down. Most of the time in the slot you will have a linebacker or a strong safety come down. Outside you know you're going to be on a corner 90 percent of the time.
Q: How do you feel like you did getting off press coverage during individual drills?
A: I feel like I did pretty good. There are definitely some things I can improve on. Probably just dipping my shoulder a little more and not letting them get a hand on it.
Q: What are you expecting to run at the Combine?
A: Just the fastest time that these legs will let me run. I don't want to say any times because if I don't (run it) I don't want to jinx myself. I just want to run as fast as I can.
Q: Your agent was saying maybe a 4.2. Is that a possibility?
A: A 4.2? I can guarantee a 4.2.
Q: You can guarantee a 4.2?
A: Yes, sir. It's just running for me. Running is second nature for me. I'm naturally just good at running. If anybody asks me if I'm a track guy playing football, I can answer that question. I'm a football guy that can just happen to run track.
Q: What's the fastest you've been timed?
A: My fastest ever was when I was at the prep school (Fork Union Military Academy), and at the little combine there we had kind of like a pro day but it was a college day. Colleges came and I ran just ridiculous. It was like a 4.126.
Q: What grade were you in?
A: I was a post-graduate. I probably weighed like a buck-sixty-three.
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