'25 GA WR Travis Smith

I think that's a bad comparison because he doesn't appear to have elite top end speed. What he does have is a big frame (6'3" 200lbs as a high school junior) and elite body control. He also appears to have ridiculously strong hands already. This combination makes him a 50/50 ball nightmare for defenders. He also has a nasty demeanor for a WR. Can he become a 215-220 pound headache in the SEC? The tools are there. I'd be happy with a blend of Tillman/Jauan Jennings here when he peaks. Hope we'll be booming real soon.
It was a while ago, but Calvin ran 4.6 out of Tyrone GA

He built that 4.36 speed while adding 20 lbs of muscle

Travis is a Manimal ( man + animal).
He gonna be tuff to stop.
 
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It was a while ago, but Calvin ran 4.6 out of Tyrone GA

He built that 4.36 speed while adding 20 lbs of muscle

Travis is a Manimal ( man + animal).
He gonna be tuff to stop.


As a high school senior, he went to a camp at Georgia Tech and ran a 40-yard dash. His high school coach, Chip Walker, said that he had timed him in 4.3 seconds. Georgia Tech, he said, had him at 4.1. He was already 6-4 and about 205 pounds.
 
As a high school senior, he went to a camp at Georgia Tech and ran a 40-yard dash. His high school coach, Chip Walker, said that he had timed him in 4.3 seconds. Georgia Tech, he said, had him at 4.1. He was already 6-4 and about 205 pounds.
You know I spent 20 minutes trying to find anything to support my 4.6 statement.

I couldn’t find jack$h*+ hahahaha.

I can’t remember if it was announcer that said that or his coach or if it was stated on his original Rivals profile (got updated in 2016)

Regardless, you’re right it seems.
 
As a high school senior, he went to a camp at Georgia Tech and ran a 40-yard dash. His high school coach, Chip Walker, said that he had timed him in 4.3 seconds. Georgia Tech, he said, had him at 4.1. He was already 6-4 and about 205 pounds.
No way he ran a 4.1
 

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