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Josh Smith should enjoy present, not fret about risks


In the aftermath of Tony Wroten's football-and-basketball season-ending knee injury, I'm sure Kentwood's blue-chip basketball recruit, senior Josh Smith, who has chosen to play football this fall, is getting his share of warnings from friends and classmates. Wroten, one of the state's best basketball players, who has been on college coaches' radars since about fifth grade, surprised a slew of people when he decided to play football for Garfield this season. (Seattle Times)


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