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Family feel a big draw for RB

Family feel a big draw for RB

WASHINGTON STATE IS in the market for running backs in the '10 class and one who holds a crimson offer is a prep prospect out of the Bay Area putting together a productive senior year. And while he hasn't made his choice yet, he knows what he's looking for in a school and football program.

Adonis Smith out of Junipero Serra High of San Mateo, Calif., about 20 minutes outside of San Francisco, is looking for something specific in a college and football program. "I'm looking for campus life, I don't want to be at a place where I get lost. I want to be in an environment where the campus is friendly and everyone knows everyone," said Smith...

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