Brandon Roe: Football has been a part of my life since I was a child. I love the feeling of competing on the field. It is everything to me.
Joe Gaiter: What is your motivation for playing the game?
Brandon Roe:My motivation for playing football is my family and my city.
Joe Gaiter: Tell us about your season this year?
Brandon Roe:I had a great season this year. I had 5 interceptions and racked up a lot of tackles.
Joe Gaiter: What makes you ready for the NFL?
Brandon Roe:What makes me ready for the NFL is my determination, play recognition and my ability to compete with the best of players.
Joe Gaiter: What has the coaches at Valdosta State taught you about the game of football on and off the field?
Brandon Roe:My coaches at Valdosta taught me how to understand my position better on the field and to better understand the defense. Off the field they taught me to hold myself accountable in every aspect.
Joe Gaiter: Do you have any regrets over your college career?
Brandon Roe:I don’t have regrets in my college career because everything is a learning experience.
Joe Gaiter: What are three words that describes you?
Brandon Roe: Smart. Ball hawk. Relentless
Joe Gaiter: If you could go back to your freshman year, what would you do differently?
Brandon Roe:If I could go back to my freshman year I would’ve learn the concept of watching film.
Joe Gaiter: What separates you from other athletes that play your same position?
Brandon Roe:What separates me from other players that share my position is my ability to recognize plays and understand what offense is running by the formation.
Joe Gaiter: What has your biggest accomplishment?
Brandon Roe:My biggest accomplishment so far was setting a new record at Valdosta State for the longest interception return for a touchdown for 97 yards.
As of currently I do not have an agent.
Joe Gaiter: Do you have a backup plan if you don’t make it to the NFL?
Brandon Roe:If I do not go to the NFL my backup plan is to return to school and obtain my masters, at which point I would start my own business.
Joe Gaiter: Do you feel like you are an underdog in this whole process?
Brandon Roe:I do feel like the underdog because of the school I attended.
Joe Gaiter: When is your proday?
Brandon Roe:My proday is in March, the exact date has not yet been assigned.
Joe Gaiter: Where and how often are you training?
Brandon Roe:I’m currently training in Atlanta, Georgia (The LOFT). I work out 6 days a week.
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Valdosta State’s Brandon Roe NFL Draft Interview with Joe Gaiter was last modified: February 7th, 2018 by Joseph Gaiter