"He has great recall," Lazor said. "He can tell you on some of the plays when they actually ran it in a game and why they ran it and what happened. Because he studies so much every week and burns it into his mind, he's able to do that."
"If he gets two snaps or 42 snaps, I'm excited to watch him and then evaluate it and see how far he's come," Lazor said. "He's done a lot of work during the spring, the mini-camp, the [organized team activities] and training camp and this is his first chance to apply it in a game."