Fresh off of his first NFL season and the Patriots' most recent Super Bowl victory, defensive back Randall Gay has grown accustomed to answering hard-hitting questions from the media regarding the Patriots defense, his status as an undrafted rookie free agent and his ability to fill in on the Patriots' depleted secondary. So, on Sunday, it came as a bit of a relief when he was asked to field questions like, "What is your favorite animal?", "Which baseball team do you like the most?" and "Do you speak any foreign languages?"
Since the Super Bowl, Gay has given nearly 20 talks to elementary school students in his home state of Louisiana, and the 500 Medford elementary school children at Tufts University's "Read by the River" event were the latest to hear Gay speak on the importance of reading and staying in school. The event, now in its sixth year, was organized by Tufts Hillel, the Jewish student organization on campus. Gay was the sixth Patriots representative to speak at the event, joining David Givens, Larry Izzo and Tom Brady who have attended in recent years.
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