A: It's non-existent. It's not there at all. That's something we are trying to build on right now. I plan on opening up a school in Nigeria, start them young and teach them the game of football. If I am able to bring these kids over here, whether or not they make the NFL or not, they are going to have a better life. Because if you are born into poverty over there, you don't have a chance. As opposed to coming over here, if you are born into poverty you can pull yourself out of it if you really have the drive and the goal to. We want to build a school over there and teach these young athletes how to play the game and get them over here so they can have a better chance at life.
Q: There seems to be more organized basketball than football in Africa. Can that change?
A: Football is not something you can really go out there and you just give them the ball and they start playing. It involves the equipment, it involves coaching. There are a lot of technical aspects to it. It's a lot harder for them to play because of all the poverty. We just don't have the equipment to start playing over there. If you give them a chance, they are going to excel at it as you've seen with the success of the limited number of players we have here now.