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Media Day in Motion

Georgia and Alabama players unfamiliar with the spotlight share their thoughts on the College Football Playoff National Championship matchup, their teammates and music, and strike a pose during media day in Atlanta.

Defensive back Malkom Parrish flashes a gold grille he got near his home in south Georgia. Parrish was roommates with star Georgia running back Nick Chubb their freshman and sophomore years.

Linebacker Juwan Taylor tells us "Georgia fans should look forward to us winning." He says a lot of his teammates like to rap, but he makes the beats.

Daniel Wright, Alabama free safety and special-teams ace, shows us some of his best moves as he dances to Rick Ross. "I kinda sing myself too so I kinda get myself my own little moves whenever I need to get my right vibes. Play a little gospel sometimes."

"You gotta be the jack-of-all-trades, be able to rush, drop and cover people ... be able to do it all pretty much." Georgia's Keyon Brown on what it takes to be an outside linebacker.

Alabama defensive lineman Taylor Wilson talking about the small helmet on his head. "It helps me play better when I am playing PlayStation, see as you can see by the score I am winning three to zero. So it's doing its job.

Alabama wide receiver Cam Sims reenacts Da'Ron Payne's Sugar Bowl touchdown. "That was my dog, big Payne, Mr. Tony toe tap ... That was when he scored the touchdown."

"There was never a doubt in my mind that we would be here." At 6 feet, 7 inches, offensive guard Ben Cleveland is one of the tallest Georgia players. He says, "People think college football players are all these normal guys, but we're a bunch of weirdos ... all the singing and dancing we do."

Koby Pyrz (49), a walk-on, and Isaac Mize (43) record some of the scene around them on their smartphones. On prepping for Alabama, they say they're really focused and ready to get out there to play against good competitors. On Mize's current playlist? Georgia hip-hop trio Migos.

Alabama tight end Giles Amos reveals a T-shirt showing his support for the Big Baller Brand. "I think they [LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball] are defying all odds. I think that LaVar Ball is a genius, a marketing genius at that. A great father. He is going to see success for his kids. Speak it into existence."

Georgia teammates KJ Smith (28) and Eric Stokes (41) play FIFA 18 during media day. They say coach Kirby Smart's mantra for the team is: "Keep the main thing the main thing. Keep out all the distractions, focus on physicality, execution and composure."

Alabama defensive lineman Raekwon Davis says his all-time favorite NFL player is J.J. Watt. "He's a great dude. He got crazy skills to sack the quarterback. Guy is crazy, he's amazing."

Georgia freshman tight end Wix Patton gives his best Kirby Smart face. According to his teammates, Patton is one of the Bulldogs' best rappers. He says, "Being a redshirt and everything I try and keep everyone poised and having a good time."

Alabama linebacker Tucker Riddick on his favorite NFL player: "Randall Cobb, he's from my hometown. And I actually used to date his sister in elementary school, it was like really low-key. I gotta go with Randall, cause he's like a big brother to me."

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