Armando Salguero wrote:
Guard Isaac Asiata was impressive: mature, charismatic and comfortable in his own skin.
He gave a detailed reason about why he’s happy he ended up here:
“I came here on my 30-visit and I fell in love with this place. I fell in love with the coaching staff, Coach (Adam) Gase, the o-line coach, the players. I knew that if I was going to go there in the first round or the seventh round or undrafted, that this is where I wanted to be.”
What is it about them that made you fall in love?
“When I came here, I felt the same way I did when I went to Utah in high school. I felt that camaraderie, that brotherhood. You can just tell that everybody in the building loved their job. They loved coming here because they care about each other. They want to be successful. They want to win games. That’s a really attractive trait to have, so I fell in love with that and the culture that they’re trying to build here, Coach Gase is trying to build here, and I’m looking forward to being a part of that.”
He said Gase “is awesome. He’s not your traditional head coach. A traditional head coach is kind of a stern, hard dude, and I’m not saying that’s not Coach Gase, but he’s a guy. You can relate to him. He’s very open. He’s a really approachable guy.”
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