SR: If you could have any NFL quarterback throw to you for the day, who would it be?
BI: I would have to choose Philip Rivers. I’m a San Diego guy, born and raised. That would mean I’m in San Diego with the Chargers and everything.
SR: Who are your top three receivers in the NFL today?
BI: You always have to go with Calvin Johnson. Then, Julio Jones and Anquan Boldin.
SR: Why do you wear the number 1?
BI: When I got here, I was always number 18 throughout high school and in junior college. When I first got here, I wasn’t able to be 18 so I looked around and saw number 1. That was the jersey they were selling, and I thought, “Shoot, why not.”
SR: What’s the most listened song in your iPod?
BI: It’s got to be between “Beach is Better” by Jay Z and “Nothing is Stopping You” by Big Sean.
SR: Where in San Marcos is the celebration spot going to be if the team makes it to a bowl game?
BI: Somewhere around The Square.
SR: What’s your favorite football memory?
BI: Back in San Diego, I got a call early in the morning from my coach, and he asked me what I was doing. I was like, “Yeah, I’m down the street.” He told me to come by and meet Coach (Mike) Schultz, and the whole Texas State thing went under way.
SR: What’s your most memorable catch?
BI: It would probably be on a kick return. It is the first play on my high school highlight tape. I caught it, went up the middle, cartwheeled over the kicker and took it to the house.
SR: If you could go over any safety and catch over him, who would he be?
BI: If I could catch over any safety, it would probably be Ed Reed or Shaun Taylor.
SR: What does it mean for you to be a Bobcat?
BI: It means hard work everyday. It means coming to practice knowing its going to be hot, and knowing we’re going to have 21 periods and still go full speed.
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