• Geno Smith calls report about work ethic “untrue”

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Apr 3, 2013
    Geno Smith defended himself against a scouting report that has called his skills into question, telling USA Today Sports, "it's untrue in all things," while his former quarterbacks coach said Smith can "start in the NFL from day one." “It’s untrue in all things,” Smith told Jim Corbett of USA Today. Geno Smith now officially has more attention than he wanted. “I know first hand that Geno is one of the hardest working guys having watched how far he’s come over our years together,” Bailey said. Spavital, who now serves as Texas A&M's quarterbacks coach and co-offensive coordinator, felt he had to let Smith know that one of the more prominent media outposts had described his abilities in ways that were far from complimentary and had also taken some fairly serious personal shots at the man most assume will be the first quarterback selected in this year's draft. "Not a student of the game. Nonchalant field presence does not command respect from teammates and cannot inspire. Mild practice demeanor no urgency. Not committed or focused marginal work ethic. Opted not to compete at the Senior Bowl and has approached offseason training as if he has already arrived and it shows in his body with minimal muscle definition or strength ...
  • Geno Smith laughs off highly personal scouting report; most others do the same

    West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith was busy preparing for the 2013 NFL draft, and for a number of visits to NFL facilities he has planned. So he didn't see the scouting report put out by Pro Football Weekly's Nolan Nawrocki until Jake Spavital, his fo…
    Source: yahoo.com
    • Geno Smith: Harsh scouting report 'untrue'

      Geno Smith defended himself against a scouting report that has called his skills into question, telling USA Today Sports, "it's untrue in all things," while his former quarterbacks coach said Smith can "start in the NFL from day one."
      Source: ESPN.com
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