Galileo sophomore running back Yarvell Smith is a calm, even-keeled kid, except when you put a football in his arms. “He runs with a mean streak,” Galileo coach Mark Huynh said. “He’s a tough, angry runner who enjoys and unleashes contact.” Huynh said he has had to pull in his reins during practice before Smith “does any damage.” At 5-foot-10, 215 pounds with breakaway speed, Smith did more than a little damage last season. As a freshman, he rushed for nearly 1,500 yards and 20 touchdowns and was named the Academic Athletic Association Back of the Year. “He’s got a chance to be very, very special,” Huynh said.
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