DraftSeason: Prince, what are you currently doing to prepare for the upcoming NFL Draft?
Prince Shembo: I’m currently home and I work out with my high school coach. I have also been taking yoga classes 3-4 times/week while I’ve been home.
DraftSeason: What would you say is your greatest strength and weakness as a player?
Prince Shembo: My greatest strength is my spirit and my weakness is whatever the coaches say I need to work on.
DraftSeason: What was your greatest takeaway from your combine experience?
Prince Shembo: The advice I got from some of my coaches, the new friendships, as well as proving to everyone that I am an athlete.
DraftSeason: What was your greatest moment in your career as a member of the fighting Irish?
Prince Shembo: The strengthening of my faith which helped me grow and being able to see things in different perspectives instead of being close-minded.
DraftSeason: What will the team that drafts you be getting from a playmaking linebacker like yourself?
Prince Shembo: A guy who can’t be broken
DraftSeason: Who do you consider to be the greatest linebacker in the NFL today?
Prince Shembo: I like Robert Mathis and Tamba Ali. I would say Ray Lewis but he retired, Navarro Bowman and Patrick Willis are good too.
DraftSeason: What is the best part about playing for such a storied team like Notre Dame?
Prince Shembo: The best part is being blessed with the opportunity just to play.
DraftSeason: Using 1 word, how would you sum up your style of play?
Prince Shembo: Spirited.