Uriah Guy | Southwestern Oklahoma State University | CB 

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Q: Tell us about your college career and what the recruiting/scouting process was like. Why did you choose (Enter school name)?

A: My college career I only had one school recruiting which was Lincoln University the process was good I just decided to go to the juco route because I wanted more offers so I ended taking off some from football trying to find a school I ended playing for fondu lac tribal cc which is in Minnesota were I started as freshman and was 2nd in pass break ups in the conference if not 1stthen I ended up deciding to transfer to a university which was Arkansas tech University were I ended up walking on I was there for 3 years my 3rd year I was the starting corner my last year I was 2nd in pass break ups on the team. I ended transferring to Southwestern Oklahoma University were play my last year and ended up 2nd most in pass break ups on the team

 

Q: What would you consider to be your biggest accomplishment in your sports career so far?

A: In high school when I didn’t give up any passes or touchdowns my senior year

 

Q: What do you consider to be one of the more important things you learned from the coaching staff while playing at (Grandview Highschool)?

A: To be specific coach Stanley taught me a lot of what I know about playing at corner he told don’t always come to the line and do the same thing you need to switch up what you’re doing so it makes your opponent’s job harder it also makes them have to think.

 

Q: What was your major and what are your plans if football doesn’t work out?

A: I have few things that I have that’s in the making I don’t really like to talk about them because I’m more about actions and not words I like just to get my goals done in silence, but I can tell you I will have my degree in applied sciences & logistics which is basically going to be running the daily operations of a manufacturing company or warehouse

I’m a physical player I pride myself on being consistent on every play, I also know things are not always going to go my way but I’m going to give maximum effort and keep bouncing back…”

 

Q: What would your current/past teammates say about you and your qualities?

A: My past teammates would say I’m dedicated and work hard and consistent with what I do. They would tell you I love this game from the preparation to stepping on the field

 

Q: What has been one of the most memorable plays of your career at any level?

A: A playoff game in high school when I was covering a receiver going the opposite of wear the ball was going so what I did was stop when I seen the ball thrown and positioned my body to where I intercepted it.

 

Q: What has been your biggest challenge and how do you manage it?

A: My biggest challenge is sometimes I got to know when to rest my body but it’s hard because I feel like when I’m not working somebody is getting better than me

 

Q: Who was the best player you played against during your collegiate career?

A: The best player I’ve went against would be this receiver from Northwestern Oklahoma state university he’s like 6’4 230 we had a battle.

 

Q: If you could compare yourself to a pro athlete, who would that be and why?

A:  It would be Kenny Moore from the colts because he can play in the slot and be on an island at corner as well as cover tight ends like me, he’s not afraid on the field or afraid to get in an make a tackle and we kind of got the same build

 

Q: What is your biggest strength that you bring to a professional team and why should pro scouts consider you?

A: Me being Versatile the reason pro scouts should consider me because I’m a physical player I pride myself on being consistent on every play, I also know things are not always going to go my way but I’m going to give maximum effort and keep bouncing back and have the mindset I’m not allowing nothing today. I also love competition and the challenge and don’t back down from no one and fear nobody. I also know the game is played with 10% athleticism and 90% mental. Another reason they should consider me is that I love watching film and just learning new ways how to improve my game and seeing what different things I can to make plays with out putting my teammates at risk. Another reason is that I do my job and what the coach ask me to do. I don’t worry about the things I can’t control.

Q: Are you involved in mentoring, a charity or do you “give back” or ”pay it forward” in your community?

A: Not at this time but I have coached for a youth football team the team name was the cardinals the head coach was Koreyon Robison but everybody calls him K.Rob he is the owner founder of GT KC ELITE which is football team for young children he does a lot of good for the youth in Kansas City, Mo I plan on calling him soon because I enjoy working with the youth

 

Q: What do you enjoy doing when not playing football?

A:  I like messing with old school cars I currently got a project I’m working on it’s a Gbody With T-Tops I don’t want to talk to much about the specifics people are going to see it when its ready

 

Q: If you could make a positive impact on all of society what would it be and why?

A: Show the youth it’s a lot of ways to make some money you don’t have to always have to turn to the streets and stay in them for money your whole life and show everything don’t got to resort to violence because it’s a lot of innocence people getting caught in between people.

 

Q: Who is or has been the most influential person in your life?

A:  I don’t know him, but Larry June has I been learning a lot through his music

 

Q: What is something unique about you that people would find interesting?

A: That I like to cook

 

Q: If you had the opportunity to play another sport professionally, what sport would you choose?

A: I would choose baseball put me in the outfield or on some bases.

 

Q: What is your dream job?

A: NFL