ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- He may not be be the oldest running back on Michigan, but De'Veon Smith can still be considered the leader of the bunch, as he enters his senior season as U-M's lead back. Smith, who ran for 753 yards and six touchdowns as a junior, discusses his leadership role and expectations he puts on himself as U-M's starting RB in the video posted above.
WATCH: Smith on being a leader, No. 1 RB
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