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Scott from SD: Die-hard fan here in South Dakota, Marcus. It's cold here. COLD. How is the knee holding up? Toughest part -- physical rehab or mental rehab?
Lattimore: The knee is holding up great. It feels good. It's felt better than I have before. The past few months, I haven't had any swelling or anything. The mental part is the hardest. You have to overcome the state of mind where you know the knee is fine, but it doesn't feel the same. Definitely the mental.
Ed from Queens Village: You got to visit Pro Football HOF last year. What was experience like?
ML: It was awesome. My dad always talked about Marcus Allen and Walter Payton. I got to see them in there and send a picture to my dad. It's been a dream of mine. That's my goal. There are only a select few in there. I want to be one of them.
Cuauhtemoc Sanchez, Mattawa, Wa.: Have you set any amount of rushing yards you want to get this upcoming season.
ML: I haven't set a certain number, but I plan on getting in there. Getting some TDs. Some 100 yard games. Whatever I can do to help the team. I plan on going out there and proving myself. It's going to be fun.
San Francisco 49ers running back Marcus Lattimore chatted with ESPN readers Friday morning. Here are some highlights:Scott from SD: Die-hard fan here in South Dakota, Marcus.