2011-2012 (JUNIOR) Started 19 contests for the Rams, averaging 22.6 minutes per game...Was third in scoring for the Rams, tallying 9.4 points-per-contest, and second in rebounding, grabbing 5.1 a game...Also recorded .4 blocks-per-game, the second most on the team...Hit the go-ahead three-pointer with 6 minutes, 44 seconds remaining against Wyoming (Feb. 18), adding to his game-high 14 points...Notched 13 points and a team-high seven rebounds in the Rams' matchup at No. 11/13 UNLV...Matched career-best marks of seven total field goals and two three-pointers in an 18-point performance at Wyoming (Jan. 21)...Tied a career-most 32 minutes in a 17-point and seven-rebound performance against Denver (Jan. 11)... Shot a perfect 5-of-5 from the field, scoring 14 points in CSU's win over Nebraska-Omaha (Jan. 7)...Tallied 13 points and four rebounds off the bench against Texas Southern (Dec. 19)...Came off the bench to score 18 points and record seven rebounds, one block and one steal against Duke (Dec. 7)...Shot an impressive 11-of-12 from the free -throw line, scoring 13 points in CSU's overtime win against Manhattan (Nov. 22)...Notched 18 points, including 9-of-10 shooting against Southern Miss (Nov. 19).
2010-11 (SOPHOMORE) In 28 games, scored 6.3 points, while playing solid defense, securing 3.3 rebounds, 15 blocked shots and 18 steals... Wrapped up his sophomore season with a career-high 15 rebounds vs. Fairfield (March 15)... Tied a career high with four field goals to finish with 11 points at BYU (Jan. 23), his third double-digit scoring game in four contests...Recorded second-career double-double, tallying a career-high 19 points and tying a personal best with 10 rebounds...Also established career marks with three blocks and 10 free throws made against TCU (Feb. 16)...Led CSU to a big win over New Mexico (Feb. 12) with 14 points on 4-of-7 shooting from the floor, and 2-of-3 from three-point range...Also set a career high with 32 minutes played... Earned his first-career start and tallied 14 points to help CSU to a road victory over Utah (Jan. 29)... Was key in the Rams' first-half comeback against Wyoming (Jan. 4) scoring seven points in the final 3:18 to cut an 11-point UW lead to two points at the break...Filled up the boxscore with eight points, five rebounds, four assists, two blocks and two steals in 17 minutes off the bench against Dominican (Dec. 30)... Continued to make a big impact after returning from an early season suspension, tallying nine points, one rebound, one assist and one block in 16 minutes off the bench against Fresno State...It marked the 12th time in his career that Smith has scored at least nine points off the bench for the Rams... Missed the first three games due to a team suspension.
2009-10 (FRESHMAN) Appeared in the team's final 28 games after originally being tabbed to redshirt by the CSU coaching staff......Averaged 18.1 minutes per contest... Scored 7.1 points per game, fifth best on the team...Was one of four players to record 100 or more rebounds (107)...Blocked nine shots on the season...In his first collegiate game against Mayville State on Nov. 24, scored 10 points on 3-of-6 shooting, pulled down six rebounds, recorded two blocked shots, two assists and three steals...Set several personal bests against TCU on Jan. 27, including points (15), minutes played (29) and tied a career high in made field goals (4) and field-goals attempted (9)...That game capped a four-game stretch where he scored in double figures three times, averaging 11.8 points during the stretch... Reached double figures in rebounds (10) on Dec. 20 vs. Northern Arizona.
HIGH SCHOOL Led Ralston High School to its first Class B state title in 45 years...Scored 23 points and pulled down 10 rebounds in the championship game...Averaged 18.7 points and nine rebounds his senior year for Ralston...Was a three-time all-league player...Finalist for McDonald's All-American award...Appointed honorary captain for the All-Nebraska first team in 2009... Named Nebraska's "Mr. Basketball," an award given to the best high school basketball player in the state.
PERSONAL Born and raised in Omaha, Neb., by Gregory and Rosemary Smith...His father played basketball at Bellevue College...His younger brother, Dwight, is a freshman for the Rams...Majoring in communications at Colorado State...Ran track and cross country in high school.