NFL Combine: Zac Robinson interview
Oklahoma State quarterback Zac Robinson chatted with the media Friday. Here is the transcript of the interview.
What do you want to get accomplished here?
“Obviously I want to perform well, run well, throw, but have fun while you’re at it. You’re only going to be here one time, if you’re stressing out about it, you’re probably not going to be having much fun. So take it seriously, but at the same time you have to have fun with it.”
Did the Senior Bowl help with that?
“I think so there were coaches lining the field there and all of the interviews you had, it kind of gave you a little taste of this. The experience in Mobile helped me with all of this. And maybe it opened some eyes for me.”
Did it help you with the dropback issue having played in the spread at OSU?
“I think so, at least that’s the feedback I got about my footwork, and being from the spread I think they were surprised at how fluid my dropbacks were and the ability to read defenses from under center, which I’ve always loved to do, to be under center, but that just wasn’t us in college. To be able to show that at the Senior Bowl was definitely big.”
How’s the shoulder?
“They were tugging on that and there was no problems, they obviously saw there was an injury there, but every report was the shoulder is completely fine. So that was good. I was probably throwing by the Senior Bowl, but after the Senior Bowl is when I was getting pretty good.”
Did you work out with Colt McCoy in California?
“We’ve been pushing each other, it’s been a good couple months.”
What’s your weight?
“I played the season at 215. After I hurt my shoulder, I lost a lot of weight, a little bit of weight, toward the end of the season so I’m still trying to get back. I like to be about 218 … I think 215 is still a good weight, I’d like to be 220 and to get back up there where I was this season.”
Have you talked to Sam Bradford here?
“I talked to Sam quite a bit, he’s gotten big. I know his shoulder’s feeling pretty good, I know he’s chomping at the bit to get back out there. Sam’s been working pretty hard and I know he feels comfortable at that weight.”
Has it been full-time football in recent weeks?
“It’s all football, all the time, it’s 9-to-5, you’re working out, you’re throwing, you’re working on agility drills, you’re going to become a better player and you’re body’s going to change.”
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