WBN: You attended Kentucky’s Junior Day. Tell us how that went and what you got to do.
I went up for junior day and had an amazing day up there meeting all the staff and them welcoming me to the way they are going to change things around with the offense.
WBN: Growing up in Kentucky, you’ve obviously seen plenty of UK, Louisville, and Western Kentucky football. Who have you been a fan of more, or just followed more?
Honestly, I’ve followed Western, just because I live like 4 minutes from stadium and go to all home games.
WBN: What did Coach Neal Brown and Mark Stoops say about their plans for you if you come to UK?
The coaches basically told me I would be out in the H, or slot position, and a little special teams.
WBN: How excited are you about potentially playing in UK’s new ‘Air Raid’ offense?
I feel good about the offense they have coming in, and I feel like with the talent they are getting, they will have many weapons to work with.
WBN: How important is it for you to have playing time right away?
It’s real important to get on the field as fast as I can. I’m a guy that wants to be apart of something and contribute to something, so my decision will kind of be based on that.
WBN: The SEC is widely viewed as the best conference. Is playing in the SEC high on your list of priorities?
I don’t really try to get caught up in the conference really as much, but just where I get in and where I will have a opportunity to play and contribute to the team.