Selected Questions and answers from the combine media session with Vontaze Burfict on Scout.com. To read the full Q and A click here A. It really doesn’t matter. I’m just really trying to be a leader in the locker room, off the field, on the field. It really doesn’t matter. I just want to go somewhere where I can play right away. Q. What did you tell teams about last year A. I just want to make sure they know what happened and the stuff that people don’t realize that’s been thrown under the rug. Q. What is the misconception: A. I heard that I’m not coachable at times. I think that’s probably my pride and joy. I love being coached. I want to be better. Hopefully, I’ll be in the Hall of Fame one day. Ray Lewis/Ravens: That would be awesome. He’s my role model. I really feel like I could take my game to the next level especially learning from him. Q. How you played last year A. I thought I played average. I could have played better. That’s what hurt me at times. I didn’t know if I was going to start or I was going to be benched. That hurt me a couple of times. I just tried to fight through it. Q. Locker room fight: A. It started on 7-on-7. He started roughhousing me and he pushed me and my first instinct was to swing. Now everybody thinks I’m a bad guy because my instincts were to swing at a guy. I had a locker room fight, I learned from it. I’ve been working gwith a guy named Nick Barnett. He’s part of my agency. I’ve been working on things I could do in the locker room and off the field because I know that’s a big thing. Q. Stands out in your game: A. My instincts, my nose for finding the ball. My study habits in the film room. Leader on and off the field. My aggression to win. My passion ofr the game. Q. Should teams be worried about drafting you: A. No sir, I think that I’ll come out and change the whole atmosphere like I’m a leader. And just bring a lot to the game and the whole side of the defense.