I am one of those people who watches body language very closely on a field of competition. I always have been. There was a moment in the VT game that really resonates with me. I don't remember the exact play it came before except that it was coming off a timeout (I believe) and the mobile cable mounted field camera was getting the shot (I believe as well, at least it was behind the huddle and elevated angle). The game was in crunch time and it was one of the "do or die" type situations. We were in trouble (duh obviously). JT was gassed, they were all gassed. Laskey was bent over in the huddle right next to Justin with his hands on his knees. Justin calmly approached the huddle and laid his arm on Laskey's back (while calling the play) as if to say without words "I love you, you are my brother, and we are going to get this thing going right now". He had the entire teams attention and he was totally calm, relaxed and confident. He expressed words in excess of the play call I'm sure. I couldn't see his face, but you could feel the respect coming from the other guys. For me it was a powerful moment. JT isn't mister polish with the press. He doesn't appear to like to talk in the public eye or ear that much, but that kid is a leader, he is real, and those 10 other guys in the huddle love him back.