Utah's Smith In Demand

University of Utah cornerback Sean Smith is drawing heavy interest from NFL teams, according to a league source.
Smith has been scheduled for visits with the Miami Dolphins, Philadelphia Eagles, Baltimore Ravens and the Seattle Seahawks.
The Seahawks, St. Louis Rams, Cleveland Browns, Eagles and the Dolphins are among the teams that have set up private workouts with Smith.
Listed at nearly 6’4 and 214 pounds, Smith is one of the most imposing cornerbacks to enter the draft in recent league history.
Smith was clocked in 4.43 seconds during his campus Pro Day workout, improving upon his 4.50 time at the NFL Scouting Combine. 
Over the past two seasons, the former wide receiver intercepted nine passes and knocked down 15 passes.
Smith registered a 34-inch vertical leap at the combine and a 9-11 broad jump.

7 responses to “Utah's Smith In Demand

  1. My eyes bugged out for a second…I thought you meant Utah’s “other” Smith, i.e. Alex Smith, QB, 49ers.

  2. Sean Smith is a huge playmaker, but he is probably a better FS prospect than CB at the pro-level. No question though this guy is top-shelf talent and will be taken late first/early second.

  3. Sean Smith just reminds me of the hype that surrounded Jimmy Williams out of VTech a few years back. If this guy doesnt have Calvin Johnson speed, then I don’t see him being able to compete at that position.

  4. Get him Dolphins. With his size and athleticism I would take him in a heartbeat. I read that he had good motion in his hip and great recovery speed. All else fail he will provide depth at safety or WR.

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