- Made the most out of his educational opportunity graduating with three degrees.
- Earned his first (B.B.A. General Management) in December 2009, adding two more concentrations in May 2011.
- Finished playing career with three SoCon North titles and one trip to the NCAA Tourney.
Played in 20 games with one start (Wofford - home on senior night)...career-high 15 points against Montreat...in 40 minutes in back-to-back games (Reinhardt/Montreat), had 22 points, six rebounds and four assists...
Started four of his 29 games played...had three double-digit scoring games as well as three games hitting each of his shots taken...posted career highs of 11 points and 24 minutes in season opening win over Virginia Intermont...was a key off the bench in the win over East Tennessee State playing out of position at the four and scoring eight points and grabbing one rebound in 15 minutes...made first career start at Missouri (7 pts., 3 reb.)...tied career high with 11 points with four rebounds in 23 minutes in a start at Jacksonville State...graduated on Dec. 13, 2009 with a B.B.A. in General Management...10 points on a perfect 4-4 performance (2-2 3pt) from the floor off the bench against Tennessee Temple...played on the wing and in the post due to early season injuries.
17 appearances, all off the bench...career highs with nine points and six rebounds against Tennessee Temple while tying high with lone block of the season...six points in a season-high 15 minutes against Tennessee Wesleyan...one steal against Tennessee Wesleyan and home win over Elon...only assist of the season came in Puerto Rico against Fairfield.
Came off the bench in 18 appearances...averaged 1.5 points per game...had five points, two assists and two steals in 14 minutes in the win over Asbury.
Maine Central Institute
Signed with the Mocs out of high school, but chose to prep for a year at Maine Central Institute...used the year to gain weight and work on his game while acclimating to collegiate academics.
Tyner High School
Was a three-year starter for the Rams...totaled 1,580 points, 709 rebounds and 319 assists in his Tyner career...McDonald's All-American Nominee in 2005...Rams MVP his junior and senior seasons...named Best of Preps, second team by the Chattanooga Times Free-Press as a senior...was the Tennessee Player of the Game at the Tennessee-Georgia All-Star Game.
Born August 29, 1986 in Chattanooga, Tenn....son of Gwendolyn and Jeffery Smith.