Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Football: EA's Smith commits to Brown

Episcopal Academy's Terrell Smith, a quick-footed defensive back, has committed to play his college football at Brown.

Football: EA's Smith commits to Brown

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Episcopal Academy's Terrell Smith, a speedy defensive back, has committed to play his college football at Brown. The 6-foot-1, 180-pound senior chose the Bears over Penn and Princeton.

Episcopal Academy's Terrell Smith, a quick-footed defensive back, has committed to play his college football at Brown.

"I love the coaching staff," said the 6-foot-1, 180-pound senior, who visited the school earlier this month. "They were very welcoming when I got there. And I got a chance to hang out with some of the players."

Smith, who missed all but two games last season with a lacerated liver, chose Brown over Penn and Princeton.

In addition to cornerback, the 18-year-old also played wide receiver, returned kicks, and punted for the Churchmen. He has been timed at 4.58 seconds in the 40-yard dash.

For EA, Smith, who is projected to play cornerback at Brown, also plays basketball and competes in track and field. He has an 11.4 clocking in the 100-meter dash.

Smith was injured early in the 2013 campaign, with a player's cleat striking his stomach.

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