TALLAHASSEE, FL - NOVEMBER 29: Defensive back Jalen Ramsey #8 of the Florida State Seminoles during the game against the University of Florida Gators at Doak Campbell Stadium on Bobby Bowden Field on November 29, 2014 in Tallahassee, Florida. Third-ranked Florida State defeated University of Florida 24-19. (Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images)

TALLAHASSEE, FL – NOVEMBER 29: Defensive back Jalen Ramsey #8 of the Florida State Seminoles during the game against the University of Florida Gators at Doak Campbell Stadium on Bobby Bowden Field on November 29, 2014 in Tallahassee, Florida. Third-ranked Florida State defeated University of Florida 24-19. (Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images)

 

On the position teams have told him he’d play:

“I think they can see me playing whatever fits their team. I played it all in college, I played every position in the secondary so I’m versatile, probably the most versatile DB in this draft, so I’ll play wherever they need me to.’’

 

On if he has a preference of which position he plays:

“Don’t have one. I can play where they need me to. I feel like I can work outside, in the slot or play deep. I have a lot to learn, have to study receivers, learn the defense I’m in, but I think if I put the work in, I’ll be able to move around if they need me to, but I’ll do whatever a team, or the coaches want me to do.’’

 

On if he is a top player in the draft:

“Most definitely, that’s what I’m going for. I’m a competitor, I want to be in that number one spot.’’

 

On if being a Tennessee native has factored into the Titans holding the top pick:

“I hope so, I’m just blessed to be in this situation, so wherever I go, I’ll play the best I can. The team that takes me will get the best I have.’’

 

On if he follows the Titans more than other teams:

“That’s what came on, Channel 2, so I would always watch the Titans.’’

 

On the versatility he provides on defense:

“I played a little linebacker, a player who can do a lot of things for a team, can make plays, be a game-changer, that’s what’s needed. Most people think just offensive players can make plays, change games, make big plays, but as we saw in the Super Bowl this year, Von Miller, he was the game-changer, he was the play-maker, that whole defense.’’

 

On if ending his track career will help him grow as a football player:

“I’m a year-round, full-time football player now. My track days are over, my track days ended last year when I finished in nationals, I haven’t been on a track since. My heart, my ambition, all of it, is to be great at football.’’

 

On if he plans to do all of the workouts:

“Most definitely. I’m a competitor, I don’t have anything to hide. When I make a decision to do something I’m going to out there and compete and hopefully be on the top of every event, every drill for DBs.’’

 

For immediate press release from NFLcommunications.com