It seems like every time Arian Smith does a Georgia workout, it produces some kind of head-turning moment.
A few weeks ago, it was because defensive back Kelee Ringo actually managed to produce a faster top speed than Smith.
This week, Smith reclaimed his top spot, by posting a top speed of 23.0 miles per hour at a Georgia workout.
Speed has always been Smith’s calling card. It’s why he was the No. 58 overall prospect in the 2020 recruiting cycle and coveted by schools like Alabama and Georgia. It’s why he was able to run as a teammate of current Georgia track standout Matthew Boling at the Pan-Am games.
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