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What a steal he has been. I expect plenty more performances like this, because I've seen him do it since he was a freshman in high school.

By the way, saw his brother play last night. He is a junior and is at about 800 yards rushing at about 8 yards/carry. Played defensive back on varsity as an underclassman. Would like to see him in green as well.

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8 minutes ago, BillySee58 said:

What a steal he has been. I expect plenty more performances like this, because I've seen him do it since he was a freshman in high school.

By the way, saw his brother play last night. He is a junior and is at about 800 yards rushing at about 8 yards/carry. Played defensive back on varsity as an underclassman. Would like to see him in green as well.

That would be amazing to have both brothers in the backfield. Being Nic is a Redshirt Freshman and his brother a high school Junior, I can see him at UNT when Nic would be a Redshirt Junior. His brother could Redshirt as a Freshman and then both of them in the backfield as a Redshirt Senior and Redshirt Freshman.

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31 minutes ago, Venson said:

That would be amazing to have both brothers in the backfield. Being Nic is a Redshirt Freshman and his brother a high school Junior, I can see him at UNT when Nic would be a Redshirt Junior. His brother could Redshirt as a Freshman and then both of them in the backfield as a Redshirt Senior and Redshirt Freshman.

That would be a great setup. His younger brother Montrell is built slightly different from Nick. I know we don't think of Nick as a big back, but Montrell is not as thick but is an inch taller than Nick. I'm not sure what he will be recruited as, given his background as a DB. He has the elusiveness to be a D1 back for sure. 

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22 minutes ago, SouthBendGreen said:

Agreed let's praise him but if we are going to at least spell his name right!!!!

AP style went out the window in the late '90s.

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1 hour ago, SouthBendGreen said:

Agreed let's praise him but if we are going to at least spell his name right!!!!

 

53 minutes ago, UNTLifer said:

Just sayin'

 

On this topic, he spells his own name Nick per his twitter. @Nick_Smith21_

Which is confusing considering the roster shows his name as Nic. I think either are fine, but he shows his own name as Nick on twitter, for what it's worth.

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