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Drew Butler (D. Orlando Ledbetter/Dledbetter@ajc.com)
INDIANAPOLIS – Here’s a Q&A with former Georgia punter Drew Butler.
Q: What’s your approach to the NFL scouting combine?
A: I’m not necessarily looking at this week as a make or break opportunity. Fortunately, for myself, I’ve built a pretty good foundation and that’s what has gotten me to this point. I just want to show that consistency and that coach-ability. I want to perform and get that ball to do what I want on every single punt. That’s something that I’ve been able to do my past three years in college. . . I want to show the coaches that I have what it takes and that I’m the top punter in the nation this year.
Q: How tough is it to get drafted?
A: It’s a very specific job. There are only 32 punters in the National Football League and they are in high demand every year. . . I have to be able to show that I can help a team or maybe upgrade them in that sense for punting and special teams. Maybe take a
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INDIANAPOLIS – Only 32 people in the world get to do the job Drew Butler wants, but the former Georgia punter is not spooked by the scarcity.
Former UGA kicker Blair Walsh (D.Orlando Ledbetter/Dledbetter@ajc.com)
INDIANAPOLIS – Here’s a Q&A with former Georgia kicker Blair Walsh.
Q: How do you handle pressure kicks?
A: I don’t think you can have that pressure when you kick field goals. I think you have to go out there and have fun and enjoy what you do. You have to be confident in your abilities, because...
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