Toronto’s Smith excels in Iowa Hawkeyes’ Pro Day

Despite not getting an invite to the recent NFL Combine, Tevaun Smith showed no signs of being unfazed.

Instead it motivated the 6’5, 205 pound receiver from Toronto, Ontario to put forth an impressive showing at the Iowa Hawkeyes Pro Day which was held on Monday.

His testing results were as follows: 4.38 and 4,41 in 40 yard dash, 38 inch Vertical Jump, 10’2 Broad Jump, 4.26 in Short Shuttle, 6.72 in three-cone drill and 13 reps on bench press.

Tevaun Smith Senior analyst Gil Brandt summed up what Smith’s performance would mean for his gridiron future:

“Smith had a great workout and will be a drafted player,” expressed Brandt online.

31 teams in the NFL took notice at the Hawkeyes Pro Day.  Smtih will find out on April 28th-30th when the NFL Draft takes place in Chicago.

In December, Smith was ranked first in the Winter Edition of the CFL Scouting Bureau Rankings.

With the Hawkeyes this past season, he amassed 546 yards on 30 receptions and three touchdowns.

Coat and Tie Football Portraits, Smith, Tevaun

The 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.


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