Trevor’s a great guy. He’s not a guy who is ever gonna get mad or say anything bad to you. Our relationship was always really positive; even when he was hurt and I was playing. I have nothing bad to say about him. We’ve always been buddies.”
You got used to being hit and playing in rough, physical situations as the Belldozer, but did you find blocking to be the biggest challenge in your new spot?
I would say the catching and that stuff, reading the defense and routes and stuff, I would say that came somewhat easy. I played wide receiver (as a sophomore) in high school; I know that was a long time ago now. I’d say the blocking has been the most difficult part, but you know, getting in the film room and having guys all around, coach Joe Jon (Finley) and coach (Jay) Boulware have done a great job helping me.