NFL Draft Player Interview: Gabe Miller, Oregon State

NFL Mocks is proud to bring you our latest feature, Player Interviews.  The staff at NFL Mocks has been working hard to establish many different relationships and thanks to agreements with Ignition APG, D1 Sports, OTG Sports Management and St. Vincent Sports Performance we are able to bring you a closer look at the NFL Draft.  Over the next several weeks you will be seeing a lot of different player interviews and we want to thank the players for taking time out of their day to answer some questions.  Hopefully these interviews will let you get a good feel for the different personalities of each prospect.

This interview was provided by Gabe Miller from Oregon State.  Evans is currently working on all aspects of his game in hopes of improving his draft stock.  We want to wish Gabe good luck as the NFL Draft approaches.

Question: What has been your most memorable College Football experience?

Answer: OSU vs. Oregon 2008 game, we won in OT.

Question: Who was the best player you faced during your College Football Career?

Answer: Andrew Luck

Question: What part of your game do you feel you have improved the most during your college career?

Answer: Pass rushing

Question: To succeed at anything in life you need to have something that drives you, what is tit that drives you to succeed?

Answer: Success and my family/friends. I am driven by the opportunity to succeed and be the best that I can possibly be.

Continue reading the rest of the interview after the jump!

Question: What do you love most about football?

Answer: I love competition. I love the individual matchups.

Question: What area of your game do you hope to improve on?

Answer: Overall athleticism, agility and explosion.

Question: Do you consider yourself a vocal leader or someone that leads by example?

Answer: I lead by example.

Question: When it’s all said and done what would you have liked to accomplish in the NFL?

Answer: Worthwhile career and Super Bowl.

Question: Does  your draft position matter to you? Will it affect you if you fall further than expected?

Answer: No, it will not bother me as long as I get a chance.

Question: What do you feel is the strongest part of your game?

Answer: Speed, continuous effort to the ball.

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