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  Smith has one of the highest ceilings of any defensive player on the Penn State roster. The 6-foot-3, 240-pound linebacker has elite size for the position and mixes it with athleticism and length to excel in all facets of linebacker play. He made a few bone-crunching plays in 2019 that excited fans, but the former five-star recruit has plenty more to show fans this season. He's talented and ready to break out after recording two tackles for loss in limited playing time last season. The true sophomore could be the next great linebacker at Penn State once Parsons leaves the room. He's an aggressive athlete who seeks out the ball against the run and the pass in a way that can remind fans of Parsons. Smith isn't the elite pass rusher his junior teammate is, but he has the upside to get there in the future. Comparing the two former five-star recruits increases the already high expectations for Smith, but there's enough on tape of Smith to give credence to the comparison. - Centre Times

(DS#6 OLB) Jr/2022 OLB *Brandon SmithPenn State
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