"As I went into our team meeting Wednesday morning," Haley told Corbett, "I told the guys as I went through all our keys, 'The reason I'm excited is because I knew how much room for improvement there was, that we're going to get better and better and better. To prove that point, I said, 'Dexter, get up here.'
"I put him up in front of his team," Haley continued. "And I said, 'I hear you think you can free-style rap.' He started getting embarrassed. I said, 'No, stay here now. I want you to show you can free-style and I'm going to give you the subject matter.'"
"He was unbelievable," Haley says. "That's an aspect to this kid that told me a lot about him when you can think fast like that. He just went at it and came up with some pretty incredible little quick lines with no preparation. I was impressed."
Check out the full story at USA Today (I think someone passed this story around yesterday as well).