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Old 03-13-2014   #51
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Default Re: Brett Smith, QB - Wyoming

Height: 63
Weight: 205 pounds


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This kid may not look pretty in what he does, he may not have the best footwork or strongest arm, but when you watch close enough, you start to understand what makes this wiry warrior so intriguing.

Smith is a uniquely tough competitor with rare ability to deliver pinpoint accurate passes in the midst of chaos.

To say his offensive line was porous would be an understatement. He was constantly under duress, dodging blitzes, shedding would-be-tacklers and running away from trouble, all while keeping his eye down the field and looking for an open target. Once found, a quick release and the snap of the wrist would send the ball whizzing through the air, landing masterfully between two defenders before hitting the receiver perfectly on the numbers.

This type of play would act itself out play after play and game after game.

When there was no receiver to be found, Smith had no problem tucking the ball in and running for huge chunks of yards in a similar way Johnny Manziel has become famous for.

Smith is a fierce competitor with good strength, elite toughness and outstanding poise. Unfortunately, he was egregiously overlooked and failed to receive an invite to the NFL Scouting Combine, despite declaring for the draft early after his junior year.

There is a real chance Smith is undrafted come May. But whichever team has the ability to see his potential, will not regret putting their faith in a little-known quarterback from the University of Wyoming.
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