Perfection is impossible, but you don't stop aiming for it.
I want to be an all-around back and all-around player.
Andrew Luck is a great quarterback.
I fumbled my senior year in the playoffs. It just annoyed me.
I've never wanted to be like anybody. That's something that my dad taught me growing up: 'Never want to be like someone; be the next you.' But I am a fan of the game, I'm a fan of the position, and I watch everyone.
Try to be one of the first people in here, work your butt off in the weight room, asking questions, try to prepare yourself like a pro, like a vet. Stuff like that is what sits well with your team.
I never want to be like somebody but be my own person, but follow along those lines like a Matt Millen, Michael Strahan. There's so many players that have transitioned to being an anchor or a broadcaster, and it kind of just goes hand-in-hand.
I get a lot of compliments about my legs.
I definitely respect Kamara's game. He's a different type of player. He can catch the ball out of the backfield. He can run in between the tackles. Pretty much a do-it-all back.
Any team that's drafting me, you're going to get the same person. You're going to get a competitor, a guy who's passionate about the game and, even though I'm a rookie, a guy who will try to be a leader to the best of my ability.
I don't care if I'm drafted one, five, 72, or last pick. I'm going to come in with my head low, ready to work, and that is not going to change me. That's why, whatever team drafts me, you're going to get the same person, the guy that is going to be a competitor, a guy that is passionate about the game.
I'm a guy that is willing to do whatever it is for the team, whether it is a kick returner, whether it be a punt returner, whether it be running down on kickoffs, whether it's line up in the slot, whether it's run a dummy play, fake play.
From my freshman year to my junior year, I've increased my receptions every year.
High school, going into my junior year, I kind of had the idea I was going to be the starting running back. I was a little smaller, so I decided to gain weight and try to get faster. I wasn't a fan of the weight room. I thought just the God-given talent would take you where you needed to go. Now I understand that you need hard work.
I'm not all about winning rushing titles, or 'Me, Me, Me,' but I do believe that I want to be a great player in this league, and I want to go down as one of the best to play in this league, and that's something you got to do.
If I follow the media and everyone that tries to set expectations for me because I'm a high draft pick, if I follow that, I will never become a great player.
I hope to make an impact not only on the field, in the community, in the locker room. But on the field, catching the ball, returns, running the ball, getting the tough gritty yards, being able to make those special plays and being a great teammate, that's what I hope to have.
I was a New York Jets fan growing up. My dad said I used to sit there at a very young age and watch football with him and tell him, 'I'm going to play for that team one day.'
I feel like I've matured in that area too, taking what the defense gives you, not trying to make too much. If it's two, just stick your head in there, and drive to get the two.
I wanted to go down as one of the best running backs to ever play at Penn State.