Scott Porter: What do you feel are your greatest strengths?
Dale Moss: I feel my greatest strengths are my size and my play making ability. I make tough catches and I am good at going over defenders and getting the ball.
Scott Porter: What are your goals for the NFL?
Dale Moss: My goals for the NFL are to not just make an NFL roster but be a key contributor.
Scott Porter: Is there a player in the NFL that reminds you of yourself?
Dale Moss: In the past I would say Randy Moss because we both have the speed and leaping ability to go up for a ball. I model my game after him. Recently, A.J. Green of the Bengals. The size/speed combination.
Scott Porter: What do you feel are your greatest accomplishments?
Dale Moss: I feel being in the position I am to get drafted I a great accomplishment. I only played one year and I have gotten a lot of publicity so I feel that is a big accomplishment I played 4 years of basketball and I feel all of my hard work is paying off.
Scott Porter: What type of person is an NFL team getting in Dale Moss?
Dale Moss: They are getting a hard worker who is very responsible and is also willing to put in the extra time to get better. I want to be a student of the game.
Scott Porter: What hobbies do you have off the field?
Dale Moss: I love to cook. That is really my #1 hobby.
Scott Porter: How did playing basketball help you with football?
Dale Moss: It helped me with my play making skills. I really focused on getting tougher and stronger inside in basketball and that will help me a lot with football. Making a tough catch is kind of like going for the tough rebound inside. Helps you learn how to deal with the ball while in the air in traffic. Basketball is very physical and to play WR you have to be physical and be able to take a tough hit.
Scott Porter: What are you looking forward to the most about your shot in the NFL?
Dale Moss: I am looking forward for the chance to compete and showing a team what I am capable of doing. I am looking forward to leaning from the best coaches and players in the league. I am looking forward to the opportunity to reach success.
Scott Porter: A lot of draft fans have not seen much of you. What type of player will they be seeing?
Dale Moss: I bring reliability to the game. I attack the ball harder than most WR’s. I don’t care if I have to lay out in traffic for a catch. I feel that ball is mine when it is in the air. I don’t drop passes and I am physical and go all out.
Scott Porter: What areas of your game do you want to focus on to become a better all around player?
Dale Moss: The areas I will be focusing on will be my understanding of the game from a mental aspect. It is hard to be successful no matter how athletic you are unless you have it mentally. I am working on being real crisp with my routes and improving my route running in general.