Q. Amarius Mims is a guy that thought about leaving and pretty sure he's pretty glad he didn't leave. Where does he fit in on the O-line and what excites you about his role this year?
SEDRICK VAN PRAN: So just being frank, I think he fits in as a goofball. He's the guy that provides comic relief whenever things are getting serious and hot. You know, you may be a hundred degrees and running guys are ready to get after it, and he says something funny to kind of calm guys down. He's that kind
Q. Kamari, wanted to ask about another guy in the DB room, Javon Bullard, with the approximation change this off-season. What have you seen from him, and especially facing some of that adversity last year and coming back with the two MVPs at the end of the season. What have you seen from Javon this year?
KAMARI LASSITER: JB, that's a guy that he comes to work in day-in, day-out. He's the same guy every day, a hard worker, first-guy-in, last-guy-out type of guy, and he attacks everything wit
Q. Some changes in the off-season, offensive coordinator, Todd Monken, he's off to the NFL to Mike Bobo, and quarterback Stetson is out and you have Beck, Vandagriff, you have Stockton. How has the transition been from one offensive coordinator to the other, and what's your chemistry been like with Carson Beck?
BROCK BOWERS: Yeah, it was pretty seamless because Bubba was there last year and then the tight end room actually helping out and just being the offense, quality control, assistant k
KIRBY SMART: According to Claude Felton, I'm not allowed to go over 10 minutes. After Eli's filibuster yesterday, I have decided to set an alarm that will not let me go over.
Love you, Eli. That was directed right at you.
I want to thank Greg Sankey, number one. His leadership is incredible. I don't think you guys understand how good a job and how I always feel like I'm being redundant because I say the same thing every year, but this year I also wants to give kudos to the staff in Bir