2006: Saw action at receiver in four games, before he was sidelined for the remaining nine games ... caught one pass, picking up a yard against Portland State.
2005: Began the year with three catches for 72 yards and a touchdown against Sacramento State ... longest reception of the day went for 46 yards ... saw action in three more games, including the bowl game, but did not record any stats ... timed at 10.54 in the 100-meters and 21.03 in the 200-meters.
2004: Earned a spot in the playing rotation, although was temporarily derailed when he underwent an appendectomy prior to the Washington game ... saw action in six games, collecting two receptions for 16 yards and carrying the ball once for five yards (vs. UCLA) ... first collegiate reception came at USC for four yards ... caught a 12-yard pass at Arizona.
High School: Ranked No. 12 nationally on Rivals.com's best athletes list as a senior ... PrepStar awarded him 2002 All-American and All-West honors ... also rated as the 36th best high school player in California and No. 43 in the West by Rivals.com ... a 2003 Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West first team choice ... earned notice on SuperPrep's 2002 All-Far West Team as a senior ... PacWest/TheInsiders.com ranked him No. 18 among wide receivers in the West ... caught 29 passes for 603 yards and six touchdowns for Taft's 13-1 team that advanced to the L.A. City Section final ... as a junior, caught 37 passes for 814 yards and 12 TDs. Personal: Parents are Earlene and Lee Smith ... born March 8, 1986 ... interdisciplinary studies major.
Smith's Career Receiving Stats