Six seniors are scattered among the listing of players available in Florida State's secondary this season. That group includes cornerback <b>Leroy Smith,</b> who has changed his eating habits and his body this offseason. Smith, from nearby Quincy, has added noticeable muscle to his upper body as the Seminoles continue their summer conditioning drills. The team has performance testing today, including the much-anticipated 40-yard dash at Mike Long Track.
July 20, 2004
At times the Seminole secondary struggled to maintain consistency during the 2003 season by allowing the opposition 332 yards through the air. This upcoming season there could be a considerable upgrade due to a nice mixture of experience and young talent. Today we'll focus on the cornerbacks in the Tribe's secondary.
March 10, 2004
FSU cornerback <b>Leroy Smith</b> doesn't have to be reminded -- the ACC is well-stocked at quarterback. FSU's secondary will be tested in the Seminoles' opener Aug. 30 at North Carolina. Over the past two years, the Tar Heels' passing attack has averaged 253 yards per game. In fact, UNC set a single-season school record last season at 266.6 yards passing per game. Smith feels FSU's summer work has helped it prepare for the upcoming season. Click here for all the details.
July 29, 2003