Scout TV: Abdul Smith Displays His Abilities

Abdul Smith [Perkiomen School (Pennsburg, PA)] holds more than 20 offers in hand. The Garden State native has been working hard in the offseason, and the sheer number of 'ships he holds are a testament of that effort. Smith has made a name for himself during this past spring and summer's camping circuit - SOR now provides fans with a glimpse of this athlete's all-around abilities.

During the course of the camping circuit, Abdul Smith has quickly made a name for himself, garnering nearly two dozen scholarship offers. The New Jersey native, who recently visited Rutgers for an unofficial visit, has paid his dues in the gym, working out, and on the track, running, and in doing so, has molded himself into one of the east's top overall athletes and football players.

The below videos provides you with a glimpse of why so many programs are vying for Smith's services.

For the complete videos, we invite StateofRutgers.com subscribers to click on the Watch Video links below.





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