"You could just feel the energy in the building in what everyone feels like is ahead," Gilchrist said. "Obviously, you know the offensive weapons that are here. You always start with the quarterback and there's a great quarterback here. With that in mind. You have the pass rush here and a bunch of young players that have a bunch of upside. It's exciting to be around and see and be here firsthand."
"His speed is tremendous," Chargers safety Marcus Gilchrist said. "He just has that rare ability to stretch the field, especially if you're in press coverage and you don't get a hand on him on the line. You can probably count it as a catch, a touchdown. …Every play, at any given time, you have to be at your best because he can hit a home run."