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


 Deon Broomfield: My strengths are I’m a physical player that likes contact. Also I’m an intelligent player. Can learn and adjust easily!


Scott Porter: What are your goals for the NFL?


 Deon Broomfield: My goals for the NFL are to make a team’s active roster. Rather if I get drafted or take the undrafted route my goal is to make the 53 man roster.


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


Deon Broomfield: I’m really looking toward to playing with the best people in the world. I like competition so it’ll be a fun opportunity to see how I do against these guys.


Scott Porter: What type of person is an NFL team getting in Deon Broomfield?


Deon Broomfield: They’re getting a blue collar worker that appreciates the grind to be successful. Not only that but a student of the game that loves to learn.


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


Deon Broomfield: My greatest accomplishments as a football player would probably go back to high school as being the first team to make the playoffs there at Bayside or beating #2 OklahomaState back in 2012. It’s a toss up


Scott Porter: How has playing for a coach like Paul Rhoads benefited you?


 Deon Broomfield: Playing for Paul Rhoads was a great experience. He molded me into the player I am today. He got me to really lock in and learn my craft and lay attention to the details that helped me become successful on Saturdays.


 Scott Porter: What is the toughest part about playing the DB position?


Deon Broomfield: The toughest thing about being a safety is probably having to know all the pieces of the defense. Knowing all the calls and getting people lined up and knowing how it all comes together.