Scott Porter: What was the NFL combine experience like for you?

Buster Skrine: It was an amazing feeling for me. It means so much to be invited to the NFL combine. I know you have to get enough votes to get an invite to the combine so it means that there are a lot of teams out there that have an interest in you and have been impressed by my play on the field. I went there looking at it from a business prospective. It was a business trip for me to showcase my talent to those who haven’t seen much of me. I went in with a chip on my shoulder being a smaller school prospect. I came into the combine wanting to separate myself by showcasing my footwork, speed and my ball skills. I was very happy with how I did.

Scott Porter: What do you feel are your greatest strengths?

Buster Skrine: I feel my greatest strength is my feet; I am also very good in coverage and technique as well as my knowledge for the game.

Scott Porter: What are your goals for the NFL?

Buster Skrine: I want to come in and contribute right away. I want to make an impact on special teams and either as the nickelback or a cornerback right away.

Scott Porter: What are you looking forward to the most about your opportunity in the NFL?

Buster Skrine: Just the level of competition, playing with the best players at the highest level. I am not in this for the money. I have a huge passion for the game. I am looking forward to playing at the highest level and working hard to get the most out of it.

Scott Porter: What type of a person is an NFL team getting in Buster Skrine?

Buster Skrine: They are getting a player who will give 110% in game as well as in each practice. They are getting a player who takes productive criticism and learns from mistakes. I am very coachable and I once I learn something I perfect it.

Scott Porter: What do you feel are your greatest accomplishments?

Buster Skrine: My biggest accomplishments are being named first team all-conference two years in a row. I would also include getting invited to the NFL combine in my greatest accomplishments.

Scott Porter: What NFL player reminds you of yourself and why?

Buster Skrine: I don’t like to compare myself to anyone. I do like watching former CB Deion Sanders when he played and picking up things for him. I also like watching Asante Samuel because he is undersized and has great ball skills.

Scott Porter: What are your hobbies off the field?

Buster Skrine: Spending time with my youngest brother. I like to work with him on football and basketball stuff to make him a better player. I also like going out to eat and movies.

Scott Porter: Who is the toughest player you have ever faced?

Buster Skrine: I would say Julio Jones of Alabama. I played him my Junior year; he is so big and physical. He is a well rounded WR.