Did you have a nickname growing up?
Many of North Carolina State's football coaches did. They reveal them in the following video:
Clayton White, safeties
"I had a nickname growing up. My mother gave me the nickname, since birth, 'Butter Ball.' It's not funny man. Her reasoning behind it was, I was fat, plump, and juicy as a baby."
Mike Uremovich, offensive line
"'Remo' or 'Remy' is probably what they call me and my brother the most."
George Barlow, cornerbacks
"I went from crawling to scooting to walking. I used to just scoot around on my butt instead of crawling. So it kind of stuck. To this day, 40-something-years-old, my family still calls me 'Scooter.'"
Ryan Nielson, defensive line
"I didn't have a nickname growing up, but you refer to me, 'Big Daddy' so does that count?"
Eddie Faulkner, tight ends/fullbacks
"My real name is Edgar, but everyone called me Eddie growing up." "When I hit junior high school, everyone started calling me, 'Faulk.'"
Matt Canada, quarterbacks/offensive coordinator
"Canada, like the country."
Des Kitchings, running backs
"My full name is Desmond, but people just call me 'Des' for short."
Dave Huxtable, linebackers/defensive coordinator
"My dad used to call me, 'Davidio.'"
Frisman Jackson, wide receivers