Q: Is there any specific veteran on the team you rely on for advice?
A: Surprisingly, I would say (defensive tackle)
Q: How would you describe the coaching styles of offensive line coaches Mike Solari and Tim Drevno?
A: Coach Solari and coach Drevno are always on top of the game, it’s a great experience for us as linemen. You get two great minds and you can just crush everything you get. Coach Solari is more the fine-tuner. He can see something, diagnose it and knows exactly what’s going on. Where Drevno is more of a, “I want to show you how it’s done,” kind of a coach. They play well off of each other, which is great for our group.
Q: Do you feel like you’ve matured mentally since last season?
A: Absolutely. With all football, some guys try to make it more complex than it has to be, but the key is not to overanalyze it and just break it down. I think the hardest thing is getting down the terms that you change and stuff like that. I really think it’s great system that we have right now and I’m getting more comfortable with it. That’s the whole idea about preseason – you want to keep building confidence on top of itself.
Q: Who is your roommate in the hotel during training camp?
A: I’m with (quarterback)
Q: What should the 49ers Faithful expect from the second season of Boone-Docs?
A: It’s going to be wild, I’m still figuring out which way I’m going to take it. But I promise more behind-the-scenes interviews with my teammates and all types of good stuff. I think the fans are going to love it.