Jamell Fleming played for the Oklahoma Sooners for four years and is now projected to be drafted into the NFL. Please enjoy the quick interview with Jamell and leave a comment below.
Tom Mullins- How are you preparing yourself for the upcoming NFL Draft?
Jamell Fleming- Training twice a day in Austin working on everything from DB drills to interviewing.
Tom Mullins- How did you get into football and who introduced you to the sport?
Jamell Fleming- My dad is a football coach and he introduced me to the sport when I was younger.
Tom Mullins- Tell us about your time playing for the Oklahoma Sooners.
Jamell Fleming- I had red shirt my Freshman year. I was also the leading tackler in special teams in 2008. My last two years (junior and senior) I started and was defensive MVP of the Fiesta Bowl and Insight Bowl.
Tom Mullins- Obviously you’re still a very young player and you’re going to keep getting better, but is there a certain part of your game that you are focused on improving?
Jamell Fleming- Technique is the only thing I would like to improve the most.
Tom Mullins- Which NFL cornerbacks impress you the most and why?
Jamell Fleming- Darrelle Revis because he has great technique and fundamentals.
Tom Mullins What can we expect from you if you get drafted into the NFL?
Jamell Fleming- You can expect a person that will be a rising star in the NFL
Thanks Jamell for giving up your time to answer a few questions and good luck in the upcoming NFL Draft!