Banner career day (VIDEO)

Toronto wide receiver experiences NCAA career day with Division 1 team.

It was a huge weekend for Toronto wide receiver Tevaun Smith.

The 6’2, 200 pound wide receiver scored his first touchdown of his NCAA career as the Iowa Hawkeyes mounted a late successful comeback to edge Michigan Wolverines 22-21.

Smith’s touchdown was a beauty.  In the third quarter, he caught the ball with one hand and dashed down the field for a 55 yard touchdown reception.

Not only did he score his first NCAA touchdown but Smith also experienced his best performance since playing in with the Hawkeyes.  He amassed 97 receiving yards on five catches.  One of those catches included a 21 yard catch from pivot Jake Rudock which was the catalyst of a nine play sequence with concluded with Mike Meyer’s successful 34 yard field goal which sealed the victory for the Hawkeyes late in the fourth quarter.

Previous to Saturday, the sophomore had three catches in 2012.

Born and raised in Toronto, the 6’1, 187 pound wide receiver previously played for the Toronto Metro Wildcats (OVFL) and Chaminade College School Gryphons. In the 2010-2011 season, Smith got MVP for the Gryphons.

For his exceptional play with Kent School in Connecticut, Smith made All New England offensive player. Additionally, he led Kent into championship football game against Taft and says losing that game is the highlight of his football career. He was awarded the team’s MVP Award.

He has represented Team Canada in an IFAF game versus Team USA in Texas.



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