DeVonta Smith Will Not Participate in Drills At Pro Day
DeVonta Smith announced on Monday that he currently weighs 170 pounds and will not do on-field drills at Alabama's Pro Day. Smith also declined to be weighed or measured at the Senior Bowl back in January.
His resume and production speak for themselves. Smith brought home virtually every award he could and racked up a number of accolades. In addition to winning the Heisman trophy in 2020, Smith also won the Maxwell, Walter Camp, Biletnikoff and Paul Hornung Award. He was named the AP and Sporting News College Football Player of the Year, SEC Offensive Player of the Year and was a unanimous All-American.
Last season, Smith broke the conference record for receiving yards and touchdowns in a single season. He is the SEC's all-time leader in career receiving yards and touchdowns. And his 46 career touchdown receptions are also the most by a Power 5 receiver in FBS history.
Smith announced last week that he signed with Klutch Sports, the Los Angeles-based sports agency known for representing prominent NBA players, including LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Ben Simmons.
The Amite, Louisiana is projected to go in the first round in next month's NFL draft. Alabama's Pro Day is set for Tuesday, March 23rd, and will air on the NFL Network.