There are many things that can be said about Albert Chester II, starting quarterback for the Florida A&M University Rattlers.
Redshirt senior offensive lineman Daniel Parrish said Chester was a, “great leader when times were hard. He was the one that sat down with everyone.”
Chester has enjoyed a successful season that has seen him lead the team in passing and second in rushing yards.
But the redshirt junior from Jacksonville is more than just a football player.
The Famuan wanted to learn more about the man underneath the helmet.
The Famuan: What is your favorite NFL team?
Chester: The Falcons.
The Famuan: For the single ladies out there, are you single? If so, what kind of relationship do you prefer? The TLC relationship, where you creep around? The BeyoncÃ© relationship, where looks don’t matter? Or the Kobe Bryant relationship, where you have an open relationship?
Chester: I’m not single. I got the BeyoncÃ© and Jay-Z relationship. She’s BeyoncÃ©.
The Famuan: What needs more improvement on your offense and
Chester: I don’t know about the defense, I’m sure they’ll get it together. But offense needs to start off better – come out hot.
The Famuan: If you don’t make it to stardom, what comes after football?
Chester: A doctor, a pharmacist.
The Famuan: What can you do to improve the scoring for the offense?
Chester: Study more tapes, and get familiar with the team.
The Famuan: Do you have any individual goals on and off the field?
Chester: I like to make the honor roll and continue through the 5-year pharmacy program. And as far as football, throw for 200 yards.
The Famuan: Where do you see yourself 10 years from now?
Chester: I’ll be 31. I want a wife and two or three kids and a nice house.
The Famuan: Do you have any fears such as roaches, clowns or commitment?
Chester: Naw, because I fit God and my mama in everything.
The Famuan: Do you have a sensitive side? When was the last time you cried? What movie was it?
Chester: Naw, I don’t do the crying. But the last time I cried, I was at my godfather’s funeral.
The Famuan: What is a quote you live by?
Chester: “It ain’t over till its over” and “Work when others don’t, to have what others want.”
The Famuan: What item would you take on a deserted island?
Chester: I’ll probably take a Bible or a boat to get off.
The Famuan: Who is the funniest guy on the team?
Chester: Willie Hayward.
The Famuan: Have you received your net check? If so, what do you plan on doing with your money?
Chester: Naw. I haven’t got it yet, but I’m hungry.
The Famuan: In general, what comes first in your life?
Chester: God, pharmacy second and football third.
The Famuan: What do you think about sports players on steroids?
Chester: If you got to cheat to win, how can you feel good?
The Famuan: Why did the chicken cross the road?
Chester: Probably to get to the other side.
The Famuan: When did you start playing football?
The Famuan: What are your pre-game rituals?
Chester: Nothing specific, but praying.
The Famuan: What is your most memorable moment playing football?
Chester: I got a lot. One memory I’ll never forget was when I got booed in 2005 at Delaware State.
The Famuan: What challenges will your offense face this week from South Carolina State?
Chester: Last year, we didn’t have a good performance. We only scored a field goal. So we need to score.