With Branden Boykin gone, the heir to the "return man's throne" should fall to Branden Smith. After all, he certainly has the credentials to pick up where Boykin left off, and while I'm not predicting multiple 100-yard returns or game-changing plays from the rising senior, I do feel that he'll be entering 2012 with a sense of urgency and purpose that will rival or usurp that of any other player returning
"It's not all about me anymore - it's about my daughter. I was just
thinking about what's best for her and not what's best for me, and right
now that's getting my degree and sticking it out one more year," Smith
said. "I really think and know that I can increase my draft status from
here. Right now, everybody doesn't really know my name, know who I am.
This is the year everybody will know who Branden Smith is." (Anthony Dasher, UGASports.com, 1/13/12)
I'm not sure what type of information Smith ...