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I’ve always had a plan. Even since, maybe, 12 years old. Really.
I guess what I’ve been told makes me dangerous is my height and length, so I just use that.
I started playing football when I was ten years old, and the main reason was because I wanted to make my parents proud. I didn’t even like the sport at the time, but it didn’t matter to me.
I try to prove that I can be either a wide receiver or a flex tight end. Put me in the slot, put me out wide, put me wherever you want, but I can play both.
I get to actually say I am a Stanford man. There’s no if, ands, or buts about it.
It’s weird that I’m putting my old green and gold jersey, and I’m moving on to the cardinal and white. I’m a Stanford Cardinal.
I went from a nobody to a somebody.
I cycle every weekend. Sometimes I swim.
What other school in the country is top five academically and top five in football? There isn’t one – except Stanford.
It’s unbelievable. I’m still trying to grasp the whole idea that I am an actually a Stanford Cardinal now. I’m actually representing an alumni that’s network is around the world, and the people there are unbelievable.
Stanford just stood out, not even close to the other schools. I was going to wait, see what else comes into play, but when I got there, I knew I wanted to be there.
I actually didn’t know anything about Stanford. It was the only school I really did a lot of research on.
I feel I could come out of the routes better, but because of the hips, I don’t come out as well as I can.
Being able to block as a receiver, that was something I tried to make a point to the other receivers at Stanford, that you have to take that to a huge level of importance.
It would be such an honor and a blessing to join the Packers!
I come from a one-by-three-mile town: Seaford.
I’ve got to get my cardio up. I’m usually known as the fitness guy on the Stanford team, but not 70 to 80 plays a game, so I’ve definitely got to step that up. But I’m all about it.
Although I’m very competitive, I’m also very critical of myself.
I have always been around sports my whole life.
Don’t shoot me down without giving me an opportunity.
People lose games. You don’t win them all.
My strength, by default, is my size over corners and my hands, which I know is in the job description, but that really matters.
When I started on scout team, I wanted to be scout player of the week. So when I got that, it was, ‘All right, what’s the next goal?’
I’m always trying to stay above the rest, and that’s by doing the extra work.
Being at Stanford really opens your eyes to the world that’s out there.
I chose Stanford for Stanford and not for the coach. I was going to Stanford regardless.
It is an inspiration to have so many people support me.
What more could you want than to play with family?
I think that my size is an advantage, but also my speed.
The glory of the big catch is applied more at wide receiver, and tight end would be an even match at my size. It’s such a huge advantage being on the outside.