Designed to focus on specific competitive cheer skills, Junior Ravens is the perfect camp for competitive cheerleaders! Participants will have the chance to perform at our annual Fireworks Night during Training Camp at M&T Bank Stadium (date TBD).
Junior Ravens is open to both teams and stunt groups. Participants must have prior cheer experience to include basic stunt technique. This camp will focus on team skills.
Bring your partner stunt group and get the most out of stunt instruction during camp*! Learn creative stunt entries, proper stunt and dismount technique, and a variety of dismounts and transitional stunts. Variations are available for all skill levels. Camp will also include instruction in cheer tumbling, dance, and competition performance.
This is your child's chance to learn what it takes to be a Baltimore Ravens Cheerleader!
Jimmy Smith re-signed with Baltimore (three-year contract) on 4/21/15...Was originally selected by the Ravens in the first round (27th overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft.
• Enters 2015 with 135 tackles (116 solo), 5 INTs (79 return yards), 35 PD and 2 FFs in his four seasons with the Ravens
• Started all 16 games for the first time in his career and established career highs in tackles (58), solo tackles (49), PD (16) and FFs (2), while posting a career-high-tying 2 INTs in 2013
• Posted a career-high 3 PD vs. Cle (9/15/13)
• Had 3 tackles and 2 PD in the 2012 playoffs, including a clutch PD in • Super Bowl XLVII’s final goal-line stand
• Established a career high with 7 tackles vs. Cle. (12/24/11)
• Secured his first-career INT, which led to a Ravens’ TD on the next play, vs. Cin. (11/20/11)
• Recorded his first-career tackle from scrimmage (ended the game with 3 solo) vs. Cin. (11/20/11)
2014: (8/8, 0/0) Was having his best season, posting 28 tackles (22 solo), 8 PD and 1 INT (returned for 31 yards) in the first half of the season (was hurt early in the eighth game), before being placed on Injured Reserve (foot) on 11/8
• Started and played during the Bengals’ first series before leaving the game with a foot injury in game 8 at Cin. (10/26)
• Started and registered 5 solo tackles, 1 PD and 1 INT (returned for 31 yards), which led to a Ravens’ TD four plays later, for a defense that held the Buccaneers to 17% (2-of-12) on third down in the 48-17 victory in game 6 at TB (10/12)
• Started and collected 3 solo tackles and tied for the team lead (C.J. Mosley) with 2 PD in the 38-10 victory in game 4 vs. Car. (9/28)
• Started and tied for the team lead (Haloti Ngata and C.J. Mosley) with 6 tackles (all solo) in the 23-21 victory in game 3 at Cle. (9/21)
• Started and contributed 3 tackles and 1 PD for a defense that did not allow a TD and forced 3 turnovers (2 FRs and 1 INT) in the 26-6 victory in game 2 vs. Pit. (9/11)
2013: (16/16)Started all 16 games for the first time in his career and established career highs in tackles (58), solo tackles (49), PD (16) and FFs (2), while posting a career-high-tying 2 INTs
• Posted 2 tackles, 2 PD and had an INT (in the end zone to prevent a TD) in game 16 at Cin. (12/29)
• Tied a career high with 7 tackles and posted 2 PD in the 18-16 victory in game 14 at Det. (12/16)
• Contributed 5 tackles (4 solo) and 2 PD in the 20-17 overtime win in game 9 vs. Cin. (11/10)
• Started and produced 3 tackles, 1 PD and an INT (a leaping grab in the end zone to thwart a Packers’ scoring opportunity) in game 6 vs. GB (10/13)
• Posted 1 solo tackle for a defense that held the Dolphins to 19% on third down (3-of-16) in the 26-23 victory in game 5 at Mia. (10/6)
• Netted 6 solo tackles and 1 PD for a defense that did not allow a TD for the second-consecutive contest and held the Texans to 25% (3-of-12) on third down in the 30-9 victory in game 3 vs. Hou. (9/22)
• Recorded 3 solo tackles and led the team with a career-high 3 PD for a defense that didn’t allow a TD and held the Browns to 27% (4-of-15) on third down in the 14-6 victory in game 2 vs. Cle. (9/15)
• Started and recorded 6 solo tackles, 1 PD and 1 FF in game 1 at Den. (9/5)
2012: (11/2, 4/0) Recorded 31 tackles (27 solo) and 3 PD from scrimmage and 3 special teams stops...Missed five games due to a sports hernia injury
• Recorded 2 solo tackles for a defense that held the Bengals to 189 total yards in game 16 at Cin. (12/30)...Also posted a career-high 2 solo special teams tackles against the Bengals
• Started and tied a career high with 7 tackles in the 25-15 victory in game 8 at Cle. (11/4)
• Started and posted 4 solo tackles in game 7 at Hou. (10/21)
• Tied a career high with 7 tackles (all solo) and posted a PD in the 31-29 victory in game 6 vs. Dal. (10/14)
• Totaled 3 solo tackles and 2 PD for a defense that forced 10 turnovers in four playoff games
• Recorded a solo tackle and tied for the team lead with 2 PD, including one late in the fourth quarter during the Ravens’ final goal-line stand, in the 34-31 victory in Super Bowl XLVII vs. SF (2/3/13)...The defense held the 49ers to 22% (2-of-9) on third down
2011: (12/3, 2/1) Produced 18 tackles (all solo), 8 PD and 2 INTs (48 return yards) for the NFL’s third-ranked defense (288.9 ypg) despite missing four games due to an ankle injury
Started his first-career NFL game (Ravens began the game in a nickel package) and netted 1 solo tackle, 1 PD and an INT (32 return yards), which led to a Ravens’ FG 6 plays later, in the 24-10 victory in game 12 at Cle. (12/4)
• Netted 3 solo tackles, 1 PD and pulled in his first-career INT, which led to a Ravens’ TD on the very next play, for a defense that forced 3 turnovers in game 10 vs. Cin. (11/20)
• Saw action in his first-career game before leaving the contest on the opening kickoff with an ankle injury in the 35-7 victory in the season opener vs. Pit. (9/11)
• Totaled 3 tackles, 1 PD and 1 INT (39 return yards) for a team that forced 7 turnovers in two playoff games...Also recorded a special teams FR
• Started his first-career postseason game and had 1 tackle, 1 PD and his first-career postseason INT (returned for 39 yards) for a defense that picked off QB Tom Brady twice, not allowing him to throw a TD and holding him to a 57.5 QB rating in the AFC Championship at NE (1/22/12)
• Played in his first-career postseason game and posted 2 tackles from scrimmage and a FR on special teams that led to the Ravens’ first TD in the 20-13 victory in the Divisional Playoff vs. Hou. (1/15/12)
College: Finished his Colorado career with 183 career tackles, 18 PD and 3 INTs...Allowed just 11 completions in man coverage over his junior and senior seasons (just one of those for a first down)...Saw action in 47 games at Colorado, including starts in his final 27 contests...Earned first-team All-Big 12 honors by coaches, Phil Steele’s College Football and collegefootballnews.com, as well as Honorable Mention All-Big 12 by the Associated Press as a senior in 2010 after he finished third on the team with 70 tackles (57 solo), adding 2.5 TFL, 5 PD and 1 FR...Named second-team All-Big 12 by the Associated Press as a junior in 2009 after playing in 801 of 805 total snaps from scrimmage, racking up 70 tackles (52 solo), including 3 TFL, 2 INTs, 10 PD and 1 FR...Played 407 snaps, racking up 39 tackles (34 solo), 4 PD, 1 FF and 1 FR while playing in 10 games (three starts) as a sophomore in 2008...Played mostly on special teams, appearing in 13 games as a freshman...Graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Colorado in sociology in 2010.
High School, Personal: Prepped at Colton (CA) HS...Earned first-team All-Southeastern Conference honors at WR and CB, as well as being a first-team All-County choice...Recorded 47 tackles, 15 PD, 2 INTs, 2 FFs and a FR as a senior...Added 53 receptions for 1,123 yards and 14 TDs as a WR...Moved to CB as a junior, netting 57 tackles, 8 PD, 1 INT, 1 FF and 1 FR...Added 30 receptions for 600 yards and 4 TDs in his junior season...As a sophomore, posted 45 tackles and 4 INTs...Also earned seven other letters in basketball and track combined...Smith has four brothers who played college football: Ryan Smalls (Millikin), Terrance Smalls (Illinois), Paul Smith (New Mexico) and Anthony Smalls (Idaho State).
Community: In July 2014, Smith hosted his first-ever summer youth football camp at Towson University...Visited patients at hospitals on two different occasions, helping celebrate the Ravens’ breast cancer awareness efforts by spending time with patients undergoing treatment at Mercy Medical Center and interacting with children undergoing medical treatment at Johns Hopkins Hospital...Continued to support the Ravens’ community efforts by serving as a personal shopper at the team’s annual holiday shopping event, Holiday Helpers, and worked with the Ravens and Giant to help distribute holiday meals to deserving families...In Dec. 2014, for the second-consecutive year, personally shopped and delivered gifts, toys and a Christmas tree, along with decorations, to a deserving Salvation Army family in Baltimore City.