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John Smith

At last weekend's Pac 5 championship between Long Beach Poly (Calif.) and Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei, there wasn't a more impressive athlete on the field than Jackrabbit athlete John Smith...

John Smith may have an ordinary name but there is nothing ordinary about the way he plays the game. He's an explosive prospect on both sides of the ball and could end up one of the nation's most coveted prospects in the class of 2014. Smith has a great frame and looks all of 6-1, 185 pounds. He started the year playing receiver and then added safety duties half way through the season. "That's...

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