Colby Roundtree | Truman State University | Slot Receiver/ Slot Back/ Returner
Q: Tell us about your college career and what the recruiting process was like. Why did you choose Truman State?
A: I originally came to Truman to further my education, as well as develop my football skills to the best of my ability. My career could have been much better than what it was, but I showed my potential in moments
Q: What would you consider to be your biggest accomplishment in your sports career so far?
A: Playing collegiate football and running collegiate track.
Q: What do you consider to be one of the more important things you learned from the coaching staff while playing at Truman State?
A: How to remain patient in the toughest situation
Q: What was your major and what are your plans if football didn’t work out?
A: I am a communication major, and if football doesn’t work out I plan on finding a job in PR, Advertising, or Marketing
Q: What would your teammates say about you and your qualities?
A: I think they would say I am a passionate player and I care so much about getting better at my craft.
Q: What has been your biggest challenge and how do you manage it?
A: My height, and I manage it by proving all my doubters wrong every time
Q: What is your biggest strength that you bring to a professional team and why should pro scouts consider you?
A: I bring a dynamic only seen currently by a few players in the NFL. I see my game like a Tarik Cohen or Tyreek Hill where it is almost like a mix between a running back and receiver. My skills transfer over to a professional organization
Q: Who is or has been the most influential person in your life?
A: My father and mother, Aredell and Linda Roundtree, they have supported me through every single sporting event, and haven’t missed one event I have played in
Q: How are you preparing for the 2019 National Scouting Combine and what were your expectations?
A: I have been on a six week program developing my body for the combine as well as currently running track at Truman
Q: What would be your ultimate achievement?
A: To be successful in my own eyes.