On the Falcons giving up a significant number of picks to get him: "I know it's kind of redundant me saying this but there's, there are no words. I feel so honored and so important. I feel so, God, I don't know. It's just an incredible feeling. I feel valued, and it's just an honor. It's just an honor. I couldn't be happier I really couldn't be."
On who he was surrounded by when he got the call: "My family, and my teammates and Twitter."
On whether Washington ran any outside zone or what do they do with the run: "We run a little bit everything. We run a little bit everything, to be honest with you."
On what exactly: "Inside zone, outside zone, you name it, man. We're just like every other college team. We run a little bit of everything."
On hearing Atlanta Falcons what is the first thing that comes to mind: "Tough. Tough and gritty and persistent. I know that's three words."
On whether he was expecting to be a first-round pick tonight:"I wouldn't say expecting, but I was hoping to be. Honestly, I was just ready to leave it in God's hands and, you know, let the chips fall where they may."
On his ability in the run and block the run: "I feel that I'm very, very capable and I'm a very good run blocker. I only hope to improve and get even better than I am, though."