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Hidden Gem Emerges

Hidden Gem Emerges

Recruiting analysts should never leave any stone unturned. Which is why on May 18, during a short break in Scout’s tight summer combine schedule, I stopped by Joe Butler’s Metro-Index Camp near Pittsburgh. And I found a quarterback I believe can explode into the national top 25 at his position, Kevan Smith.

The Keystone State is stacked with talent this year, and this slinger could rank among its best prospects before all is said and done. Yet few people know about him now. Why has Seneca Valley High (Cranberry Township) quarterback Kevan Smith avoided the radar screen? The answer is because of injury. Smith missed all but two games of his junior season. The 6-3, 215-pound signal caller broke a bone...

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