WR emerges from Beyond 2000 Elite

Every season the Beyond 2000 Elite Camp brings to the attention a sleeper prospect who explodes on the scene and this year it could be wide receiver/free safety Sean Smith (6-4, 200, 4.4) from Pasadena (Calif.) Blair. Smith walked away from the camp as the Offensive MVP.
When you look at Smith up close, he has all the ingredients that D-I schools are looking for in a modern wide receiver prospect. He has great size, hands and an excellent burst.
Smith ran great solid routes and always seemed open during the “A-Game”.
The “A-Game” is the Beyond 2000 Camp grand finale where the campers get an opportunity to use what they have learned and apply it during a seven-on-seven exercise.
The very athletic Smith currently benches 230 pounds and has recorded a 31-inch vertical jump.
Smith will also line up at running back this fall for Blair as well as wide receiver and free safety.
Smith was selected all-league for both wide receiver and safety. He did so while playing on a team that only won one game all season long.
Though he played on a team that didn’t win much still he was impressive enough to have heard from Oregon, USC, Arizona, ASU and Nevada.
Smith has the goods as a wide receiver prospect and it will be interesting to see how his stock goes in the coming months.
Smith is one to remember this fall.