Mock Interview with Eagles Rookie Jeremy Maclin

TCorrespondent IIIMay 15, 2009

ST. LOUIS, MO - AUGUST 30: Jeremy Maclin #9 of the University of Missouri Tigers attempts to catch a pass against Brit Miller #44 and Bo Flowers #24 both of the University of Illinois Fighting Illini during the State Farm Arch Rivalry game at the Edward Jones Dome on August 30, 2008 in St. Louis, Missouri.  (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)

Here are the questions that I would ask in a possible interview with Eagles rookie wide receiver Jeremy Maclin.

Q:  How do you foresee your transition from a spread-style offense at Missouri to the West Coast offense run by the Eagles?

Q:  DeSean Jackson had a impressive rookie season in 2008. What can you take from his success in trying to have a successful rookie year?

Q:  You were projected to be drafted as high as seventh overall to the Oakland Raiders. You fell to 19th. Do you feel any resentment over teams passing you by and does it motivate you to make them regret doing so?

Q:  What do you bring to the table to be utilized in this offense?

Q:  How does it feel to have the opportunity to play with a quarterback the caliber of Donovan McNabb?

Q:  The learning curve for a wide receiver typically lasts into the second season.  How quickly do you think you can absorb the offense and execute it efficiently?

Q:  Finish this sentence. My ultimate career goal is...