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Stanley Smart Jr. C/O 2027 Benedictine Military School. 

Stanley Smart Jr. C/O 2027 Benedictine Military School. 


Stanley Smart Jr. C/O 2027 Benedictine Military School.

A positive off-season is taking place for the 2027 ATH out of Savannah, Georgia. This season Stanley Jr. expects to make a major impact on his team.

“My offseason has gone great so far! I maxed out on 250 on bench, 385 on squat, and 265 on power clean as a rising sophomore. I gained 15 pounds to where I’m now 5’10 185. I’ve improved coming out of breaks, at receiver and corner, and my catching has gotten better also.” Says Stanley Jr.

“I expect myself to start as a true sophomore, not out of cockiness, but self-motivation. I want to have a breakout season, and help my team get back to the State Championship team that we were a year ago.”

Confidence is certainly key if you want to make an impact in the state of Georgia when it comes to high school football. Stanley certainly lacks no confidence.

Stanley Jr. tells us how much he simply enjoys playing the game of football in the state of Georgia.

“I enjoy the game in every aspect since i’ve been playing for so long. Since I was 4, I loved making plays as it’s a confidence booster. The game had been in my family for years, as my dad won the Mike Finicchairo Award (the best player in Savannah, GA) and I can be the first to have me and my father win it in the city’s history. When I play, it feels like home, the field is my personal comfort zone. I love seeing the I want to be a major playmaker, especially for my parents and my family who used to watched me play that passed away, that is what keeps me going.”

This spring Stanley has some big goals set out to accomplish.

“This spring, I want to establish myself as a premier sophomore in the area, especially after being overlooked in the past. I want to rack in a few offers, and help my team go back to State and come home with a ring.”

“I’m a 5’10 185 lbs rising sophomore that runs a 10.7 100, a 4.4 40, and I’m always open to be coached in every way possible, and ready to be that player for any school.” Stanley states.

It’s a major plus to see a young student-athlete with the strong mindset of Stanley Jr. Watch out for Stanley Jr. in the very near future and do not be surprised if he’s a household name.

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