Scott Porter: What do you feel are your greatest accomplishments?
Stephen Good: One that sticks out to me is that when I think back to my High School not many guys in recent years have gone on to play at the next level. There have been a few in the past but it has been awhile so I think that is something pretty special. I am trying to make a name for myself coming from Paris High School. Team wise I think this season I really brought positive leadership and energy to the team. I felt like I brought a lot of positive energy at a high level to Oklahoma football.
Scott Porter: What do you feel are your biggest strengths?
Stephen Good: I am very strong. I am versatile and pretty quick. I think all of that ties in together and makes me a very solid player. I can play multiple positions and I am good at understanding situations on the field and reading defenses.
Scott Porter: What events are you doing right now to prepare yourself for your upcoming shot at the NFL?
Stephen Good: I just got through with the Battle of the Florida All-Star game. I played LT there. I am training in Huntsville, Alabama with Body Creations and Andy McCloy. I will be here six weeks training on a lot of different areas. I will be working out then heading to my pro day. From there I will take what I learned from here and proceed until the draft and beyond.
Scott Porter: What goals do you have for the NFL?
Stephen Good: Obviously I want to be successful like everyone else. I want to establish myself on a team. I want to be a positive force on and off the field for wherever I end up at. I want to prove to them I cam play at this level and have a long career.
Scott Porter: Is there an NFL player that you model your game after?
Stephen Good: I would say Colts veteran C Jeff Saturday. He is not the biggest and not the a high draft pick but he has made a name for himself and has worked very hard to do so. He has a very good attitude and he has a little arrogance about him in a good way. He has a nastiness to him and has played a long time.
Scott Porter: What do you feel will be the toughest adjustment from the college level to the NFL level?
Stephen Good: I think it will be similar from the transition I had to make from High School to college. The speed of the game will be much different and you will have to adjust and learn quickly. You are playing at the highest level of competition week in and week out so you have to be well prepared each week.
Scott Porter: What area are you focusing on improving?
Stephen Good: I am working hard on my overall speed. Speed can always get better. I am always working to get faster and quicker as well as on my foot speed. I am always looking to improve on my technique. I want to perfect my technique as much as possible when I get to the NFL. I am really focusing on my hands and feet.
Scott Porter: What hobbies do you have off the field?
Stephen Good: I love to hunt. I love researching nutrition. I am a huge outdoors guy and just like hanging out on a friends ranch or on my own ranch and enjoy myself.
Scott Porter: What type of person is an NFL team getting in Stephen Good?
Stephen Good: I am a hard working person who will sacrifice anything I need to help the team and help in a positive way. If that is on special teams or starting I am willing to do whatever they ask of me. Whatever is best for the team and helps build a winning tradition I am all for. They will be getting an all around team player.