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What is the one part of your game you really want to improve in training camp?
Working on the technical part of my game is what I want to do most.
Marvin (Eagle Pass,Texas):
In college, which receiver gave you the most problems, challenges in your college career?
I would say my teammates Sweed and Pitman, because I had to face them for four years and every practice it was a challenge.
Do you feel you can immediately contribute to special teams, as far as returning kicks?
That's what I came into UT doing, and I think whoever picks me up will realize that I can contribute a lot in any aspect of the special teams game. For example, I can return kicks, but I can also be a gunner on punts.
How do you think the coverage game will differ in the NFL from college? Are you concerned about playing closer to the LOS more often in order to bump WRs?
I don't think it will differ too much because we had a pro style D, UT really prepared us. As far as the line, I feel that my specialty is bump and run, so as long as I work with the coaches I think I will be fine.
Well you got the size and the speed and the skill to cover, but what about your run stopping skills...are you confident you can offer proper run support to a team?
Yes I am very confident about stopping the run. I got in the weight room and wroked hard, so I feel like I am ready to contribute as far as stopping the run.
Vineet (Chicago, IL):
What NFL player do you most compare yourself to?
As far as being physical Cedric Griffin, and as far as being an overall great CB, I would like to pattern my game after Champ Bailey.
Do you get sick of people analyzing every little detail of your game, and then criticizing it? It seems like the whole draft process can be a very frusterating proccess, with all the criticism involved.
No not at all. That is part of the process. If they are going to be investing so much money in you, they are going to want to make sure they are getting the best player they can get.
Jamaal (Mount Laurel, NJ):
How do you feel about playing against WRs that really jaw alot, ie.....Chad Johnson, Steve Smith, etc? Thanks and good luck!
I look forward to it. I enjoy WRs who talk a little bit. It makes the games more exciting, instead of having everybody be mute out there. It is part of the game that I enjoy, it makes things more fun.
Mike (Homer Glen, IL):
Which WR are you most eager to cover?
Pretty much all of them. Every week you face great WRs. I will be honored to face all these guys and I can't wait to test my skills.
Who was your favorite CB growing up that you tried to pattern your game after? Deon?
I was always a big Deion Sanders fan. I was always trying to be like him growing up...he was the guy.
Chris (Brownsboro Texas):
Do you still talk to Vince Young and are you excited that you may play against him someday?
Yeah i had to go against Vince in practice, so it will be a challenge, because you better be ready when VY steps on the field because he can do anything.
Kellan (DC): Who was your favorite team growing up, and are you secretly hoping to get drafted by them?
Aaron Ross: Being from Texas it was always the Cowboys. But anyone who drafts me I will be very happy to play for.
Mike (Homer Glen, IL):
What jersey number will you try to get, or does it even matter?
It doesn;t matter at all, in high school i was number 3, in college i was number 31, but what number I wear is not a big issue with me, although I would like to wear number 31.
Frank (The Hood):
how do you think the longhorns will do next year, with colt mccoy being a year older
UT is always good, so with Colt being seasoned and everyone coming back, I think everything will go very well with the team.
To the whole Long Horn Nation thanks for watching me all four years and keep cheering for me, and I hope to chat with you again in the near future!