Earl Wolff Interview
Sr / N.C. State / Safety

Updated - 213-13

By: Alex Khvatov

 

Alex Khvatov:  Describe your East/West Shrine Game experience. 
 
Earl Wolff:  It has been great.  I have been able to compete against some of the best college football players in the country.  I have been able to come out here and represent my team, my school and my family.  I have enjoyed a lot so far.
 
 
Alex Khvatov:  You have performed very well during practice, what has been the biggest difference for you?
 
Earl Wolff:  I feel like I have been able to pick up the scheme very quickly.  Football is all about instincts.  I am not thinking out there, I am just reacting.  I have been able to react more. 
 
 
Alex Khvatov:  What was the most memorable moment at the East/West Shrine Game?  
 
Earl Wolff:  Going to the hospital.  We had a chance to play with those kids.  It was great to see the smile on their faces.  It kind of warmed up my heart.  I like to give back and help.  It made me feel good to see those kids smile. 
 
 
Alex Khvatov:  What are your strengths?
 
Earl Wolff:  I try to seize every opportunity that comes my way.  I am fast, aggressive, physical.  I can cover.  I feel like I am a great all-around safety.  But I never get complacent.  I will continue to work and perfect my craft. 
 
 
Alex Khvatov:  What areas of your game have you tried to improve upon during the week? 
 
Earl Wolff:  Being more consistent.  I want to come out every day and get better.  Consistency is the key at the college level and especially at the next level. 
 
 
Alex Khvatov:  Which players have stood out to you during practice? 
 
Earl Wolff:  I feel like Rodney Smith (WR from Florida State) has stood out.  He has surprised me a lot.  He has made plays.  I knew that he was a decent receiver, but he has really stood out here. 
 
 
Alex Khvatov:  Finish the sentence, Earl Wolff is….
 
Earl Wolff:  I like to have fun.  My mom instilled discipline in me.  I have never been in any type of trouble.  I like to make people smile.  God put me here for a reason.                  
 
 

 


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