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JRSE Client Drew Smith Will Work Out for NFL Scouts on March 6, 2013

Posted on Saturday, March 2nd, 2013


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Agent JR Rickert is pleased to announce that client and former University at Albany football standout, Drew Smith, will be holding a pro day workout for scouts at Fordham University in the Bronx on Wednesday, March 6, 2013. The workout is set to begin with official measurements at 11:45 am. Smith will participate in all parts of the workout, including the bench, 40 yard dash, agility, and position drills.
Smith is a 6’2” and 225 pound running back from Schenectady, New York who put together a 1,000 yard rushing season in 2012 in which he scored 18 rushing touchdowns, For his career, Smith has accumulated 45 total touchdowns, including 40 rushing.
He has been trained by Derek Touchette of Total Athletic Performance in Naples, Florida. Touchette has trained Hakeem Nicks of the Giants and Phil Taylor of the Browns as well as many other of Rickert’s clients.
Rickert has high hopes for his client. “Drew Smith is a big, versatile running back who is going to surprise a lot of people with his speed and agility. Derek Touchette did an excellent job of training him.”
Scouts from the Buffalo Bills, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Washington Redskins and Houston Texans have all contacted Rickert to discuss Smith.
All of Smith’s numbers from the workout will be posted on:

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4 Responses to “JRSE Client Drew Smith Will Work Out for NFL Scouts on March 6, 2013”

  1. Jimmy Chen says:

    This guy is definitely the real deal. Looking to see who picks him up and how they use him though. If he gets put into a system that doesn’t fit him it could be kind’ve ugly.

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