Lubbock Smith, 6-0, 185-pound safety
Stats: 119 tackles, three interceptions, three forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries. Jersey No.19
Accolades: All-District and All -Area
Strengths: "I cover well, and I'm a very intense player in the box. I don't miss tackles."
Needs work: "I need to work on a lot of things. I need to practice harder, work-out more, and just prepare myself for college."
Additional facts: Two year letterman in football and track, 2.8 GPA, 18 ACT. Smith plans to major in Education with a minor in Business.
Smith was born 1/26/90 and son of Lubbock and Yolanda Smith.
Recruiting coach: "Coach Tim Beck recruited me for Kansas. We built a real good relationship. He offered me during my junior year. We established an early relationship, and everything went from there."
Expect to redshirt?: "From what I'm told, I'm not going to get redshirted. I want to find out what all I have to do, and get it done. I'm good adjusting and adapting, so I think I'll do well."
Why KU?: "They were the first one to offer me. I started getting calls from other colleges, but I felt Kansas was there with me the whole time and that showed me they really cared. When I visited I felt at home. I'm pretty sure Kansas is where I need to be."
Kansas Signee Lubbock Smith
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