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Many questions surrounding Geno Smith’s future in the NFL have risen since the college football season ended. The former West Virginia quarterback threw for 42 touchdowns and only 6 interceptions in the high-powered spread offense during his senior season. Smith showed glimpses of greatness with his passing attack in many games for the Mountaineers last season, but they faltered down the stretch and many draft experts are down on him because of that. Smith is likely to come off the board in the first round, but will he live up to his potential or become a bust?There will be 32 teams in the upcoming 2013 NFL Draft looking for franchise players that will impact their organization for years to come. With that being said, there will be a few pitfalls in the draft that simply won’t work out. Those players in today’s era are labeled as “busts.” Geno Smith could fall into this category from what many draft analysts have predicted based off his performances during his college career and com...
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Albert Breer of the NFL Network considers the Cleveland Browns a “wild card” to land West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith in the upcoming NFL Draft.
When it comes to Geno Smith, Cleveland may wind up being a wild card, maybe in a trade down, maybe at 6. Tough to forecast where Geno goes.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) April 15, 2013
Smith, perhaps the most polarizing player...
West Virginia has been here before.
There was the “Who will replace Jeff Hostetler?” Then came the “Who will replace Major Harris?” The same can be said for Marc Bulger and Pat White.
Now you can add Geno Smith to the list.
Typically there is a one- or two-year transition with someone like Greg Jones, Chad Johnston or Jarrett Brown.
This spring, WVU coach...