Former Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron sat down with ESPN anchor Linda Cohn on Sportscenter on Tuesday as he makes his media rounds prior to the 2014 NFL Draft.

The two-time national championship starting quarterback was asked about why he isn't considered one of the elite players at his position in this draft.

"As long as the GMs and head coaches like me, it doesn't matter what anyone else thinks," McCarron said. "That's the only thing I try to worry about, going out and playing for my team, my coaches, and being a productive player. I felt like I've done that over my three years of starting."

There wasn't a whole lot of new information from the interview, but it was interesting to hear him say that the biggest change will be handling all of the time off when the season ends. As he points out, there were only about 15 off days at Alabama.

As you'd probably expect, no interview with McCarron is complete without a question about fiancee Katherine Webb.