With the beginning of fall camp, there are always some great comments and quotes to remember. There’s a funnier side, too. Here’s just an overview of some of the photos and videos that proved to be memorable from today’s media day.
First up from the players, Cole Schneider discusses Offensive Line Coach Herb Hand.
Next, the difference between a serious piece of background information regarding UCF quarterback Dillon Gabriel, and perhaps, the not so serious? Hmmm...
Speaking of Gabriel, he took the time to describe incoming transfer wide receiver Jordan Johnson, who came to UCF from Notre Dame.
Here's a closer look at some of the really cool tatoos that are on Gabriel's left arm. He's very proud of his heritage.
Moving over to the defense, the Knights welcome the return of a future NFL player in Kalia Davis, an interior defensive lineman that's chomping at the bit to return to the gridiron.
Sticking with the front seven, few players walk planet earth that are built quite like Big Kat Bryant. While an intimidating figure, he's a really easy going guy. Bryant also defined how he was dubbed "Big Kat" as seen in the following video.
While he is a good dude, Bryant also made it clear that he's ready to attack the quarterback. In fact, he made that point several times while communicating with him during UCF Football Media Day. Good luck to the signal callers on the Knights' schedule this fall. At 6'5", 255-pounds, double-digit sacks are possible for the menacing defensive end this fall.