Scott Porter: What do you feel are your greatest strengths?
Nick Sukay: I feel I have the ability to be the leader of a secondary. I am good at lining people up and making the right calls. I am good at making adjustments and I have good awareness. I also have good ball skills and range.
Scott Porter: What are your goals for the NFL?
Nick Sukay: My first goal is to obviously make a roster, after that just run with it and not look back.
Scott Porter: Is there a player in the NFL that you look after and try to institute stuff from their game into yours?
Nick Sukay: I think every safety looks up and sees what Ed Reed is capable of doing. He is the best safety in the NFL so he is one guy I watch and try to pick things up from. He is all over the field and has ridiculous play making skills. Everyone can watch and learn from a great safety like that.
Scott Porter: What do you feel are your greatest accomplishments?
Nick Sukay: Getting a lot of offers coming out of High School and being a 3 years starter on a great tradition program like Penn State. The ability to have a shot at the next level is an accomplishment in itself.
Scott Porter: What is your favorite memory while at Penn State?
Nick Sukay: One memory that really sticks out as me is winning the 2009 Capital One bowl against LSU. It was a great game and we won in the last minute. It was an exciting moment and one I will never forget. It was my first year as a starter.
Scott Porter: What type of person is an NFL team getting in Nick Sukay?
Nick Sukay: The will be getting a great person, someone who really cares for his teammates on and off the field. I have no off field issues. I come from a very good family and a great support base. I am a team players and I am willing to help a team to anything to win football games.
Scott Porter: What do you think will be the toughest adjustment from the college level to the NFL level?
Nick Sukay: I would say he mental aspect of the game from what I hear. There are so many more plays and stuff develops much faster in the NFL. More film watching and preparation is required.
Scott Porter: What have you been doing this off-season in preparation for the draft?
Nick Sukay: I recently played in the shrine bowl and that was a great experience. I got to meet a lot of the kids from the shriners hospital and that was an eye opening experience for all of us. It was a good experience because it gave me the ability to go up against some of the best players in the nation. It was a humbling experience for me. I am currently training with “TEST” in Boca Raton, Florida.