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Born: Sept. 4, 1996
Experience: Draft prospect
Definitely, I had two goals [last season]. That was to win the Thorpe and the other was win a national championship. I fell short of one of them.
It was a big accomplishment [winning the Jim Thorpe Award], and it was an honor to be named among the greats like Deion Sanders, Patrick Peterson, guys like that. It's just a blessing.
The film, the stats. I only gave up one touchdown my whole [college] career.
You can't make any mistakes really [as a cornerback]. One slip and fall or missed step and it's a touchdown. That's the biggest thing.
Do the best I can do. Every part of the [NFL Scouting] Combine, [I want to] be the best at each drill. I don't want to put a number out there [for the 40-yard dash] just yet. I don't want to scare nobody. Just watch and see.
I don't model my game after no one. I'm one of a kind.
I watch Deion [on film] because he was the best to do it before me. His ball skills [set him apart].
Antonio Brown. He's from Miami, too, and we be talking crazy to each other. I can't wait to [play] him.
Of course [I can shut Brown down].
[When skipping Georgia's bowl game], I just helped my teammates out and was there mentally for my team.
Gonna buy a Rolls Royce [with my first paycheck].