Figures to be one of the Mountain West Conference's top receivers in 2005 ... Mastered the one-handed catch as a junior, including a right-handed grab at Michigan that was one college football's plays of the year in 2004 and was featured on ESPN's plays of the week and The Today Show's plays of the month ... Has earned honorable mention all-league honors each of the past two seasons ... Enters the season having caught a pass in 21 straight games ... Has been SDSU's big-play threat over each of the last two seasons ... Finished second in the Mountain West in catches per game in 2004 with an average of 6.45 ... Was 18th nationally in that category ... Finished 33rd nationally with an average of 78.5 yards per game ... That average placed him sixth in the Mountain West Conference ... Enters his senior season ninth all-time at SDSU with 142 receptions ... Needs just 322 receiving yards to enter the career top-10 in that category ... Based on receptions, he is the Mountain West Conference's leading returning receiver.
2004: Led San Diego State with 71 catches, 863 receiving yards, and tied for the team lead with six touchdown receptions ... Averaged 12.2 yards per catch ... Had more than 100 receiving yards four times as a junior, including 138 yards on nine catches (and two touchdowns) vs. then-No. 9 Utah ... His 58-yard TD reception vs. Colorado State was SDSU's longest touchdown reception of the season ... Had 129 receiving yards against Colorado State on seven catches ... Had 101 receiving yards vs. Nevada ... Against No. 17 Michigan, he had 11 catches for 107 yards and a TD ... Had a TD reception in five of the 11 games ... Had a 17-yard kickoff return against Michigan.
2003: Led SDSU with 55 catches and 706 receiving yards ... Also topped the Aztecs with an average of 12.8 yards per catch and four touchdown receptions ... Was fourth in the conference and 41st nationally with 5.5 catches per game and fourth in the Mountain West with 70.6 receiving yards per game (63rd in NCAA) ... Was named the Mountain West player of the week after catching 10 passes for 253 yards and three touchdowns against Brigham Young ... That game was the best in the Mountain West that season and the third best in the NCAA in 2003 ... It was the ninth best single-game performance in Aztec history ... Had a 70-yard score against the Cougars for SDSU's longest play of the season ... Had 10 catches for 139 yards against Wyoming, including one touchdown ... Caught 10 passes for 71 yards in the season opener against Eastern Washington ... Caught at least one pass in every game in which he played ... Suffered a season-ending shoulder injury in the first quarter of the 7-0 win over UNLV in the 10th game of the season ... Did not play in the final two games of the season against Colorado State and Air Force.
2001: Had 16 catches for 212 receiving yards ... Averaged 13.2 yards per grab ... Caught two passes covering 51 yards at Ohio State and had three grabs for 40 yards at Arizona State ... Played in all 11 games.
High School: Highly decorated wide receiver from La Quinta ... Ranked as the 62nd-best high school receiver in the nation ... Named first team all-Desert Valley League, all-CIF Southern Section, all-Western region, and all-state honorable mention ... A SuperPrep preseason All-American... Hauled in 74 receptions for 1,405 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior ... Recorded 42 catches for 1,126 yards and seven scores as a junior.
Personal: Born Jan. 31, 1982 ... Son of Jeffrey Smith ... Criminal justice major.