Smith Putting Up Big Numbers

Smith Putting Up Big Numbers


Smith Putting Up Big Numbers


Clemson verbal commitment Robert Smith is off to a great start on his senior season.  Friday night Robert helped lead Woodland over Scotts Branch.

“We had a good game.  Everybody did good.  They had a good team that went to the state,” said Smith.

The top quarterback put up big numbers in the victory.

“I did pretty good.  I had threw for 230 yards and three touchdowns.  I rushed for about 100 yards and one touchdown.  I played about 12 plays on defense.  I had five tackles, a sack and a tackle for loss,” said Smith.

Last Saturday Robert visited Death Valley to watch his future teammates.

“I came with my uncle and my father.  It was good as usual.  I was a little bit late because of the traffic.  Everything was good.  The crowd was great.  It made me fall in love with Clemson again,” said Smith.

The visit allowed the Palmetto standout to speak with several Clemson coaches.

“I talked to coach Brooks, coach Cheese and coach Swinney.  Dabo told me to keep up the good work.  He liked the way my film looked this year.  He liked the way my body is looking,” said Smith.

Expect to see Robert back in the Valley often this fall.

“I will be back for Miami.  I know I will be there for that one,” said Smith.



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