Jai Eugene Interview
By: Scott Porter
October 14, 2010
Scott Porter: What are your biggest strengths?
Jai Eugene: My biggest strengths are my understanding of the defense and whatever defense I am in. My tendencies, I have great technique and I can play any position. I have played both cornerback and safety.

Scott Porter: What are your goals for the NFL?
Jai Eugene: My goals are to be consistent at the next level. Help my team win in any way possible and become one of the best players to play the game.

Scott Porter: What is your favorite memory while at LSU?
Jai Eugene: Winning the National Championship is my best memory.

Scott Porter: What NFL player reminds you of yourself?
Jai Eugene: Giants safety Antrel Rolle, he can play cornerback and safety.

Scott Porter: How would you describe your style of play?
Jai Eugene: Smart and intelligent, I think I have a leg up by using my intelligence to read the quarterback and I like to be an in-your-face aggressive style DB.

Scott Porter: What is the toughest part about playing defensive back?
Jai Eugene: Angle tackling.

Scott Porter: What are your hobbies off the field?
Jai Eugene: Spending my time with my kids. Playing pool, being around my family and friends and just having a good time.

Scott Porter: What will you miss most about playing college football?
Jai Eugene: Being around the fans that have cheered for me the past four seasons at LSU. Getting hyped up before the game and just being part of the team.

Scott Porter: What type of person is an NFL team getting in Jai Eugene?
Jai Eugene: They are getting a hard worker who has a great commitment to the game. I am very dedicated and willing to do whatever is asked. I have great character and put the team first.

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