by Lee Brecheen
December 10, 2009 –
Q: What position do you play?
A: Free Safety
Q: What are some of your stats?
A: Five carries 120 yards, three interceptions, three deflections, sixty-two tackles.
Q: When Did you start playing football?
A: I started playing football when I was eight years old, for BREC.
Q: How did your early years in football shape the player you have become today?
A: I actually liked basketball more than football up until high school.
Q: What draws you to the sport of football?A: I love the speed and physicality of the game.
Q: Is there anyone who has influenced you throughout your years of play? If so, how have they helped you?
A: My former coach Chris Carrier and current coach Chris Daigle have taught me that being a smart player is the key to being great because everyone at high levels are big and fast.
Q: What has been your proudest moment?
A: My proudest moment has to be sitting down in Coach Les Miles’ office and receiving my scholarship offer.
Q: How have your coaches helped you develop as a player?
A: My coaches taught me technique and, again, to be a student of the game.
Q: What is it like being on your team?
A: It’s extremely fun because we all like having fun.
Q: What would you like fans to know about you and your team?
A: Expect us to run deep into the playoffs; meaning the dome!
Q: What do you do for strength and conditioning?
A: Weight lifting three to four times a week and running everyday.
Q: What was your off season program like?
A: Lifting and running Monday throught Thursday.
Q: What are your personal goals for the 2009 season?
A: Win a state championship and win the Army game.
Q: What are your plans after high school?
A: Playing for LSU and going to the NFL.
Q: Do you play any other sports?
A: I also run track.
Q: Are you a part of any other organizations/clubs?
A: I am apart of a mentoring organization at school.
Q: What is your favorite stadium to play in?
A: Griffin Stadium and I definately can’t wait for Tiger Stadium!
Q: Do you have any pre-game rituals?
A: Joking around with my teammates, but when the jersey goes on so does my game face.
Q: Who is your favorite pro team? Why?
A: The Saints! Reggie Bush, Drew Brees, Marcus Colston, Darren Sparper, Malcolm Jenkins, and Jonathan Vilma.
Q: Who is your favorite college team? Why?
A: LSU! I’ve wanted to play there my entire life.
Q: Who is your favorite player?
A: LaRon Landry
Q: What is the best advice you have ever been given when it comes to the game?
A: What separates good players from great ones is being coachable and a student of the game.