One of the most recent 2021 commits for the Miami Hurricanes, 3-star wide receiver Brashard Smith (Palmetto High School) is making headlines again, and not surprisingly, it’s because of his speed.
Athletafied put on social media last week, that Smith recorded a 4.46 40-yard dash at the Under Armour All American camp earlier in February, a camp held in Orlando.
40yd Dash: Coming in Nationally Ranked at the #1 TOP SPOT is @BrashardS— Athletafied (@athletafied) August 12, 2020
-UA All American Orlando Camp
-Holds Multiple Power 5 offers(Miami Commit )
-Brashard flashes speed, great ball skills, and an open field play maker@PantherPride305 pic.twitter.com/qgbAcpMxDT
According to Athletafied, Smith clocked in the fastest 40-time, yes, the fastest 40-time. Just another reason to be excited about Smith coming to play for the Hurricanes.
In 2019, Smith had 36 receptions, for 628 yards and 13 touchdowns for Palmetto High School. A former Florida commit, Smith gave UM a verbal commitment on July 26th.
As a junior, Smith had 36 catches, for 628 yards and 13 touchdowns.— Marsh (@hurricanesmarsh) July 3, 2020
Brashard Smith is the kind of weapon that’s PERFECT for Rhett Lashlee’s offense.
This guy needs to be a Miami Hurricane pic.twitter.com/4FKsQGLcjq
Last month, prior to his announcement on committing to Miami, I wrote a profile piece on Smith, highlighting why he’s such an incredible talent.