Q: Do you have a particular song you like to listen to before going on the field?

A: I usually do, but this year I’ve had a few different ones. I like “Out the mud” by Lil’ Baby and Future. I like listening to Lil’ Wayne and Future before the game. I have a lot of music I get into.

Q: What’s your favorite place to eat in Greenville?

A: I have a few of them. I like GK Cafe and I like hibachi too. I could sit around naming them all day. I’m a food guy, so you can’t go wrong with Sup Dogs or anything around town.

Q: You have another former South Central player on the roster in tight end Jeremy Lewis. What have you made of him and of this year’s freshman class as a whole?

A: I think they’ve done a great job. College isn’t easy coming from the high school ranks, but I think they’ve adapted. How you maneuver as a college athlete is a lot different than in high school. You put in a lot more work and study harder. I think they’ve done a great job and will only improve from here.

Q: What’s been you’re favorite class at ECU?

A: I’d probably say entrepreneurship. I like learning about how to run your own business. I feel like that was a great class.

Q: What is a favorite moment you have with ECU football?

A: Probably my freshman year when we beat N.C. State. There was a sold-out crowd and that one felt pretty good.


Futrell enters his final game with 15 career sacks, 10 of them this season. That is not far behind the 14.5 racked up by Nate Harvey a year ago. Rod Coleman holds the ECU single-season record with 15 in 1997.

Contact Jake Keator at jkeator@reflector.com, 252-329-9594 and follow @JakeKeatorDR on Twitter.