Devonta Smith is an American football wide receiver for Philadelphia Eagles of NFL. Here’s Devonta Smith Height and weight in high school.
Devonta Smith : Height and weight in high school
Smith was selected by the Philadelphia Eagles with the tenth overall selection in the 2021 NFL Draft, who had traded up two spots with the Dallas Cowboys to select him.
He was the third wide receiver taken in the draft after Ja’Marr Chase and Jaylen Waddle.
Despite his impressive college statistics Smith fell in the draft due to concerns over his raw measurables and that his frame was considered too small to handle playing in the NFL.
Also he signed a four-year rookie contract, worth $20.1 million, on June 3, 2021.
In Week 3, against the Washington Commanders, Smith had eight catches for a career-high 169 yards and a touchdown in the 24–8 win.
Height and weight in high school
Smith attended Amite High Magnet School in his hometown of Amite City, Louisiana. He played basketball and football.
He committed to the University of Alabama to play college. Devonta Smith Height and weight in high school :
- Height : 5 ft 7 in
- Weight : 70 kg
As a true freshman at Alabama in 2017, Smith had eight receptions for 160 yards and three touchdowns.
In the 2018 College Football Playoff National Championship against Georgia, Smith’s only catch of the game was the game-winning touchdown reception in an overtime 26–23 victory.
And as a sophomore in 2018, he had 42 receptions for 693 yards and six touchdowns.
Smith led the Crimson Tide in receiving yards and receiving touchdowns, with 1,256 yards and 14 touchdowns on 68 receptions.
Also On September 28, Smith set career highs with 274 yards and 5 touchdowns in a 59–31 victory against Ole Miss.
After the season, his teammates Henry Ruggs and Jerry Jeudy forfeited their remaining NCAA eligibility to enter the 2020 NFL Draft, where they ended up as first-round picks, but Smith decided to return to Alabama for his senior year.
Also On November 21, 2020, Smith broke the all-time SEC career record for most receiving touchdowns, with two against Kentucky.
Smith became the first wide receiver to win the AP Player of the Year award since its inception in 1998.
Smith was selected over finalists Kyle Trask, Trevor Lawrence and teammate Mac Jones to win the 2020 Heisman Trophy, becoming the first wide receiver to win the award since Desmond Howard in 1991 and only the fourth overall.
His nickname at Alabama was the “Slim Reaper”, given to him by his teammates due to his small frame and athletic ability.
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