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Local artist sculpts the bust of Hall of Famer Bruce Smith



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Since 1983, Utah artist Blair Buswell has been sculpting the faces of the NFL's all-time greats.

This week, He welcomed the latest legend to receive election to the Pro Football Hall of Fame to his studio in Pleasant Grove.

Bruce Smith played 19 seasons in the NFL with the Buffalo Bills and Washington Redskins. The Norfolk, Virginia native led the Bills two 4 super bowls in the early 90's.

In 2003, he passed Reggie White to become the NFL's all-time sacks leader and finished his career with 200 sacks.

Bruce was kind enough to allow us access to his session with Blair. You can watch his poignant interview with KSL's Jeremiah Jensen by clicking on the flash player above.

Jeremiah Jensen Sports Reporter/Anchor

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