Former Georgia linebacker Quay Walker admits he did not reach his ceiling at Georgia. The first-round pick by the Green Bay Packers told reporters that Georgia asked him to do a lot of different things in his four seasons with the Bulldogs.
Play special teams. Contribute as a role player. Wait until his senior year to become a full-time starter.
“It humbled me a whole lot. That was my first time facing adversity,” Walker told reporters at Green Bay’s mini-camp. “By the time I got to Georgia and not really playing or starting until my senior year, it helped me a whole lot throughout life. Not just on the football field but throughout life.”
Walker added that he thought about transferring himself. But thanks to Georgia inside linebackers coach Glenn Schumann, Walker ended up staying at Georgia, becoming a National Champion and ultimately a first-round pick.
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