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Would just take people's money and not give them anything back.
It was small money, but he was one of the best football players on the team, and he could definitely be intimidating." Rochester Police Chief Michael Ciminelli confirms that Smith "was involved in drug dealing." But neither Rochester football coach Scott Greene nor the school's administration would comment on the matter.
Smith grew up in a tough situation -- housing was unstable -- but developed into a good student at Park East High School, earning MVP honors in three straight seasons.
In his first year at Rochester, the team went 5-4 and Smith made 80 tackles, most on the team.
The surveillance cameras show some of the hammer victims walking out of the building using their shirts to stanch the bleeding from their heads.
Pretending he was also a victim, Smith, who was uninjured, went with the wounded men to the hospital.
"He had the size; he had the speed; and he just changed the game for our team," Kollias says.
He could hear the men in the room next door, laughing, smoking weed and maybe still wearing those terrifying plastic masks. He couldn't even see their mouths move as they screamed for revenge.
As he sat in the folding chair they'd put into the grimy shower, Kollias, a 6-foot-1, 215-pound University of Rochester senior defensive end, realized he had no idea where he was, who the men were or even what they wanted from him.
"He was literally our star defensive player," Kollias says. He says he didn't like how Smith bragged about being able to get marijuana for students.
"He had a reputation for wanting to be the drug dealer on campus," Kollias says.
As much as I would need." Although all of their transactions went "smoothly" because of their football connection, the player says Smith developed a reputation for ripping other students off.