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I’ve got to be smarter with the football.
The inaccuracy issue. Going back to college having a 56-percent completion percentage. Obviously, it’s not great. But I think that it’s a little blown out of proportion.
My dad has sayings for days. ‘You bloom where you’re planted’ ties into farming, but it also sums up the ideals and morals that we have as a family by staying in Firebaugh.
I’m making throws where I don’t have to second guess, putting the ball where it needs to be, and when I’m making each throw, there’s no grabbing or pulling in there, and it feels comfortable and fluid.
I just love how fluid football has to be, how much time and energy it takes to practice and then taking it to the field and executing in a game situation.
I know I’ve got a lot of flaws as a quarterback.
I’m a firm believer in your gut being undefeated.
I definitely need to do everything I can to help whoever is going to catch the ball.
I’m not going to bow down to anybody, not going to back away from anybody.
The key to my accuracy is making sure my feet are set right and trying to have a more polished throwing motion, a more polished stroke, you can say. When my feet are right, my hips are allowed to open a little better, which is kind of where your accuracy comes from.
I’m not really too focused on where I get drafted. It’s what I do after I get drafted.
Whatever team I go to, I’m going to give them everything, show them the type of character that I am because, like I said, my teammates know exactly who I am; they can vouch for me.
If I’m not the right fit for the Browns, that’s fine by me.
In my opinion, there’s nothing better than practicing a play all week and then going on the field and thinking, ‘This is going to be a touchdown.’
There’s a lot of pressure that comes with being a NFL quarterback wherever you’re at, and I’m ready to tackle any situation that’s in front of me.
It’s football at the end of the day, and throwing the ball is what I love to do the most.
Coming all the way from one scholarship offer, you know, Coach Bohl and Coach Vigen, they believed in me when I came out of junior college.
My biggest interest of being the No. 1 pick, obviously the pressure that comes along with that, I would love to have that pressure on my shoulders because I’ve always thrived in those situations, and I feel like Cleveland would be a great spot to be.
At the end of the day, it’s not where you get drafted. It’s not going to set you in stone with how good you’re going to be in your NFL career. Obviously, it’s being surrounded by the right people, the right coaches, how you present yourself, how you work hard.
That preconceived notion of me being inaccurate is completely false, and I look forward to changing that over time.
I think where I come from is going to help me with a market such as New York.
I definitely would embrace that opportunity to be the No. 1 overall pick, obviously that every quarterback would love to be that. It’s no different for me.
The only thing I’ve ever wanted to do is play professional football, and be a professional quarterback, so now that it’s here and it’s getting close, it’s just kind of making all that pain and suffering and waiting and working hard worth it.
I truly felt like I was a Division I quarterback, and I’d felt that way for a long time. I just wanted other people to see it.
There’s got to be a fine line where I can find I’m still throwing the ball how I usually throw it, but it’s able to dive down after a certain height and get to the guy.
I’m not going to sit here and say I know everything about everything. I definitely have work to do. The thing is, I’m willing to admit that.
I was in junior college a few years ago, so to be here sitting in this spot talking to these NFL executives, it’s a dream come true. It’s something that not a lot of people saw coming.
I’m going out there, and I’m going to play football how I know to play football.
I can care less what people say about me. If I can go to the facility, work out, play football, and go home, that’s what I would do. I’m a big-time football guy. I could care less about the outside.
I had to decide if I was going to try a junior college or walk on somewhere. I even thought about changing sports. But I eventually decided that football was my passion.
Heaving up a blind pass to maybe pick up 10 yards, rather than throwing the ball away – I can’t do that.
It’s football. The game hasn’t changed. There’s not tons of new concepts every year that go in. Offense is offense; it’s our job to move the ball, to score points, and keep our defense off the field.
If you didn’t want to believe in me, that’s OK, because I’ll make a believer out of you.
The reason I want to be out on the field is to help my team, whatever which way possible I can. When I can’t do that, it hurts me.
I’m a competitor, and I’m sure a lot of people who don’t get to play because of an injury, whether it’s their pride or their ego, whatever it is, they want to be out on the field.