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Track changing the game for Smith?

With football and track scholarships to his name, New York City running back Laray Smith has plenty of options when it comes to making a college choice. With more and more teams entering the mix in both sports, it's no surprise the speedster isn't in any rush to make a decision.

Laray Smith is not only the fastest football player in New York, but he's a junior Olympian with a medal to his name. With programs all over the country looking to add him to their football or track rosters next fall, his recruitment is speeding up to the point that he must slow it down. "I'm just focusing on school and finishing out my football season," said the Brooklyn (N.Y.) Xaverian product... Recommended Stories

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