The Cleveland Browns raised some eyebrows when they drafted former Florida WR Antonio Callaway in the fourth round of the 2018 NFL Draft.

That’s because the star receiver got into a lot of trouble in his college days, and many analysts thought he’d go in a later round, or not at all.

Still, Cleveland GM John Dorsey took a chance on the former Gator, and Callaway understands that he needs to prove that Dorsey was right to believe in him (via Cleveland.com):

“This is just telling that he believes in me, that I can do the right things,” he said. “Just not going let him down. For somebody to put their job on the line, I can’t let him down.”

Callaway didn’t have a father figure growing up, but he did have a great mother, and he said he wants to succeed in the NFL so he can help her out:

“She’s been through a lot, so I want to reward her with everything she’s ever dreamed of,” he said.