Posted February 01, 2013 on arizonastate.scout.com
Coppell, Tex. wide receiver informed the Arizona State coaches on Friday evening that he has pledged to the Sun Devils. ASU beat the likes of Iowa, Nebraska and Oklahoma State for Smith's services.
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