Stetson Bennett is soaking in all the sights of New York, and Georgia released a video that captured what Bennett saw and experienced on Friday in New York.

Bennett joined other Heisman Trophy finalists, including TCU’s Max Duggan, Southern Cal’s Caleb Williams and Ohio State’s CJ Stroud.

The Associated Press called Bennett an “old-school contender.”

“I think I’m as good as quarterback is anybody, but I don’t think about as, like, I’m the best quarterback. Because there’s so many different variables and different offenses and things that you’re asked to do, who you have around you,” said Bennett, who was sporting an old-school look Friday in a red-and-black letterman’s jacket while meeting with reporters and posing for pictures at a Manhattan hotel.

Bennett was also compared to Heisman winners such as Oklahoma’s Jason White in 2003 or Florida’s Danny Wuerffel in 1996: Highly productive college passers on national title contending teams, but not big-time pro prospects.