I loved playing defense way more. I couldn't understand why anybody would want to play offense but the QB, RB, and #1 WR after my very first football practice. Everybody on D was having fun. I played NT, DE, MLB, and OLB (moved to LBer as I got older, taller, leaner, and stronger rather than a squat little strong guy). I was also a long snapper and played center, guard, and tackle on offense. I had the most fun at LBer and on special teams. I loved being a long snapper and making the tackle almost every time, and being the only big guy on the hands team. I recovered a few onside kicks which was a blast. Long snapping was something I could have done in college, but never pursued it. I was really good at it, and it's a hard job to get down, but I never had a bad snap. So I guess my one really strong football skill was snapping. Why couldn't it have been something that would get me to the NFL like punting?!