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Thanks for the link, Josh.
"There’s no offseason for him," Graves said. "He goes football, straight to basketball, basketball straight to track, track back to spring football. And while he’s doing basketball and track, he’s working out for football. This summer he had a job, so he was going to camps, job and workouts. He worked out in the hot sun, doing some type of construction work. Sometimes I just told him to go home. He’s the epitome of hard work, and he deserves everything that’s come to him."
You've got to love a kid with that kind of work ethic. Once he can focus all that effort solely on football, you have to imagine he'll improve quite a bit after he hits campus.
This post was edited by BlueBloodBob on 8/28/2012 at 1:10 AM
Sounds like the kind of kid we need. A kid that just does all the right things. Maybe he never contributes but it won't be because of a lack of effort it sounds like. Those are the kids you need when you're a program like UK. Kids that are gonna put in the work. I'd much rather have a kid like this than some 4 star who feels like everything should be given to him. This also sounds like a kid that will do whatever is best for his team. If you need him at other positions he'll go at it with all his heart. Definitely sounds like one of those kids.
Sounds like a good kid with a great work ethic. He has the measurables at 6'2" 195. He must run really well since he returns punts and kicks. We have two more solid WR commits this year. If we could add 1-2 more that would be great. Good luck and welcome to Smith.
Your team. All the time.
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