Found June 16, 2013 on NFL Draft Zone:
Travis Frederick is on track to be the starting center of the Dallas Cowboys in 2013. Frederick was the Cowboys’ first round pick. “I feel a lot more comfortable now than when I first came in,” Frederick said. “Right now the focus has changed a little bit from learning the big-picture things and the plays to really focusing on the little things and trying to get better at the technique. By getting better at the technique it makes everything a lot easier. It’s starting to slow down a little bit as far as running up to the ball and seeing things and trying to see the big picture.” I think Cowboys fans will fall in love with this pick. Frederick is a very humble individual that is a force on the field.
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