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Smiley still likes the Dawgs

Smiley still likes the Dawgs

Sometimes when teenagers move, they want a fresh start and to forget about where they came from. However, Central High (West Helena, Ar.) DL Eric Smiley doesn't fit in that category. He moved to Arkansas during the summer of 2007, but he still remembers where his roots are and the team he grew up watching has made it known they like the big man from SEC country.

"Oh I could never forget Seattle and U-Dub," Smiley told Dawgman.com recently. "I went to Garfield so a lot of my friends were there and my cousin is Deandre Coleman and he just got offered by them. "I grew up watching the Huskies and rooting for them so they have a special place in my heart." Actually, Smiley likes almost everything about the northwest, but he needed to get away and decided...

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