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