Found September 25, 2013 on The Duck Stops Here:
Juju Smith is fluid and gifted, a five-star recruit, an Under Armour All-American who's choosing between Michigan, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Ole Miss and Alabama, Only a week ago he cut out that Ole Miss visit to take an October 25th visit to Oregon. The Ducks play UCLA that weekend, twelve days before they travel to Stanford in the two pivotal showdowns in West Coast college football. The 6-1, 207-pound wide receiver and safety from Long Beach Polytechnic High School will be watching intently. Smith is a winner. For a long time he described USC as his dream school, growing up in Southern California, playing in Snoop Lion's Pop Warner league, but he was one of the elite recruits that witnessed the debacle versus Washington State two weeks ago, when the Trojans lost 10-7 at home, gaining only 54 yards through the air as the disgusted crowd chanted "Fire Kiffin!" Got Juju?: Chiseled, intense, confident and graceful, Juju Smith is one the pivotal prizes of the 2014 r...
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