QA with Dorial Green-Beckham

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Springfield (Mo.) Hillcrest wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, the nation's No. 1 recruit, was honored Monday at his school with the presentation of his U.S. Army All-American Bowl jersey. Green-Beckham, who is undecided on his future school, took some time Monday for a quick, light-hearted Q&A with What is your favorite football memory?
Green-Beckham: My favorite football memory is back when I was a freshman. On the first play of the first game it was a touchdown pass off a go route. I couldn't believe it. What is your favorite pro team?
Green-Beckham: I don't really have one to be honest. I watch them all pretty much. is your favorite player?
Green-Beckham: I like watching a lot of the wide receivers. There are a lot of good players out there that I watch. I like Calvin Johnson as a big receiver, Larry Fitzgerald, DeSean Jackson and guys like that. do you listen to before a game?
Green-Beckham: To be honest I listen to all kinds of stuff by Lil Wayne. That really gets me pumped up and ready to play. What is your favorite route or play to run?
Green-Beckham: I'd say it would be a slant and go. I think every receiver likes going deep. It's just fun to try to line up and beat the defender across from you. Have you ever had an embarrassing moment on the field?
Green-Beckham: There's no real specific moment that I remember. There are probably a couple out there though. I tend to forget about things but I'm sure there is something. What's the most important factor you are looking for in a school?
Green-Beckham: The most important is probably the coaches. It's the coaches and the atmosphere and the people that are going to be around for the years that I'll be there. Is there any added pressure being the No. 1 recruit in the country?
Green-Beckham: There's a lot of pressure being the No. 1 recruit but I honestly don't really think about it. It's not really a big deal for me. Going around town or going out of town, people notice me though. It helps me stay grounded to be sure. They'll tell me I'm a great player and to be humble. They tell me they pray for me and my little brother. It's a lot of pressure but there's so much more good that comes with it. It has been so unexpected but great.