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Torrey Smith
WR #82
Height:
6-0
Weight:
205
Age:
25
College:
Maryland
Hometown:
Falmouth, VA
Experience:
4

Quick Stats (2014 PRE):

REC
5
YDS
60
AVG
12
TDS
1
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 164 2,824 17.2 74 19 7 48 6.9 16 0 2 0
2013 BAL 16 16 65 1,128 17.4 74 4 -- -- -- -- -- 1 0
2012 BAL 16 16 49 855 17.4 54 8 3 9 3 13 0 -- --
2011 BAL 16 14 50 841 16.8 74T 7 4 39 9.8 16 0 1 0

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 Torrey Smith was selected in the second round (58th overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft.

 Honors

 • AFC Offensive Player of the Week (Week 11, 2011)
• Diet Pepsi Rookie of the Week (Week 11, 2011)
• GMC Never Say Never Moment of the Week and the NFL’s Never Say Never Moment of the Year (Week 3, 2012)

Career

 • Has 99 receptions for 1,696 yards (17.1 avg.) and 15 TDs...Also has carried the ball 7 times for 48 yards
• Led the team with a career-high 8 TDs in 2012, also becoming the Ravens’ career leader in yards-per-catch average (17.1)
• Finished fourth in the NFL with a 17.4 yards-per-catch average (49-855) in 2012
• Recorded a career-high 7 receptions (for 144 yards) in the 16-13 overtime victory at SD  (11/25/12)
• Recorded a career-high 165 yards (on a then-career-high 6 catches - and had a TD) in the 31-24 victory vs. Cin. (11/20/11)
• In 2011, Smith became the third rookie (Ken Burrow - 2 in 1971 and Randy Moss - 3 in 1998) to have two games with 150-plus receiving yards and at least 1 TD reception in the same season since 1970
• Posted a career-high 3 TDs at STL (9/25/11)
• First 3 career receptions were all good for TDs (74, 41 and 18 yards) at STL (9/25/11),   becoming the first rookie in NFL history (the 12th player since 1991) to record 3 TD receptions in a first quarter
• Owns the most receptions (50), receiving yards (841) and TDs (7) by a rookie in Ravens history
• Five of Smith’s 7 touchdown receptions as a rookie went for at least 25 yards (74, 41, 38, 36, 26, 18 and 8) in 2011, and he posted a 34.4 yards-per-TD catch average

2012: (16/16, 4/4) Pulled in 49 receptions for a career-high 855 yards (second on team) and a team-leading and career-high 8 TDs...Ravens scored the most points (398) and gained the second-most total yards (5,640) in team history (5,723 in 1996)

• Caught 5 balls for 88 yards and 1 TD (establishing a single season career high with 8 TDs), as part of an offense that posted a season-high 533 yards (third-highest output in team history) in game 15 vs. NYG (12/23)
• Grabbed a team-leading and career-high 7 receptions for 144 yards, as part of a 443-yard offensive output by the Ravens, in the 16-13 overtime victory in game 11 at SD (11/25)
• Netted 2 receptions for 67 yards, both good for TDs, in the 55-20 victory in game 9 vs. Oak. (11/11)
• Netted 4 receptions for 46 yards, including a game-sealing 19-yard TD catch and run in game 8 at Cle. (11/4)
• Led the team with 6 receptions for 127 yards and 2 TDs, while playing with a heavy heart after the death of his 19- year old brother, Tevin Jones, the morning of the game, in the 31-30 victory in game 3 vs. NE (9/23)...With his 127 yards, Smith crossed the 1,000-yard receiving mark for his career
• Finished third on the team with 11 receptions for 233 yards (second on team) and 2 TDs, helping the Ravens average 410.3 yards per game during the playoffs
• Pulled in 3 receptions for a team-leading 98 receiving yards and a Ravens’ postseason franchise-record 2 TDs (59 and 32 yards) as part of a postseason franchise-record 479 yards of total offense in the 38-35 double-overtime win in the Divisional Playoff at Den. (1/12/13)

 2011: (16/14, 2/1) Set Ravens rookie records, finishing fourth on the team with 50 receptions for 841 yards and a team leading 7 TDs...Five of Smith’s 7 TD receptions were for at least 25 yards (74, 41, 38, 36, 26, 18 and 8)...Posted a 34.4 yards-per-TD catch average

 • Established a Ravens’ rookie record by pulling in his 45th reception of the season (had 2 catches for 38 yards) in the 20-14 victory in game 15 vs. Cle. (12/24)
• Established a Ravens’ rookie record with his 7th TD of the season, as part of his 6 receptions for 77 yards and a TD in game 14 at SD (12/18) Pulled in 5 receptions for 48 yards and a TD (tied RB Jamal Lewis for most TDs by a Ravens’ rookie - 6) in the 24-10 victory in game 13 vs. Ind. (12/11)...Also had a career-long tying 16-yard rush against the Colts
• Earned AFC Offensive Player of the Week and Diet Pepsi Rookie of the Week honors after recording a team-leading 6 receptions for a career-high 165 yards (third-most in franchise history) in the 31-24 victory in game 10 vs. Cin. (11/20)...Became the third rookie (Ken Burrow - 2 and Randy Moss - 3) to have two games with 150-plus receiving yards and at least 1 TD reception in the same season since 1970
• Pulled in a game-winning 26-yard TD pass with 8 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter to cap a 92-yard drive, in the 23-20 win in game 8 at Pit. (11/6)...Finished the game with 5 receptions for 71 yards and a TD
• Started his first-career NFL game and produced 5 receptions for 152 yards (fifth most in franchise history) and 3 TDs in the 37-7 victory in game 3 at STL (9/25)... Smith’s first 3 receptions were all good for TDs (74, 41 and 18 yards)...Became the first rookie in NFL history (the 12th player since 1991) to record 3 TD receptions in a first quarter
• Started both playoff games and finished with 4 receptions for 91 yards and a TD
• Pulled in 3 receptions for 82 yards and his first-career postseason TD, part of a Ravens’ then-postseason franchise-record 398 yards, in the AFC Championship at NE (1/22/12)

College: Finished third in school history with 152 receptions and second with 2,215 receiving yards, also adding 19 TDs during his three seasons at Maryland...Finished his time holding school and ACC records with 123 KORs for 2,983 yards, while his 3 KOR-TDs set a Maryland all-time record... Amassed a school-record 5,264 all-purpose yards, which rank seventh in ACC history...His 18.3 yards per offensive play rank as the third-best-career mark in school history...First team All-ACC honoree at WR who set the school’s single season record with 12 receiving TDs on 67 catches (fourth best total in Maryland history) for 1,055 yards (second most in school history) in 13 games as a junior in 2010...Averaged 15.8 yards per catch...Also returned 30 KORs for 585 yards (19.5 avg.) and generated 1,647 all-purpose yards (fifth best season total by a Terrapin)...Earned first-team All-ACC honors at WR and KOR as a sophomore, leading the Terps with 61 receptions for 824 yards and 5 TDs in 12 games in 2009...Also posted school records of 51 KORs for 1,309 yards and tied the Terps’ mark with 2 KOR-TDs...Finished fourth on the team with 24 catches for 336 yards and 2 TDs in 13 games as a redshirt freshman in 2008...Set school single season records with 1,089 yards and 1 TD on 42 KORs (then broke his own mark in ‘09)...Earned scout team Offensive Player of the Week leading up to the Florida State game and was also named Maryland’s Scout Team Player of the Year...Graduated from Maryland with a bachelor’s degree in criminology and criminal justice in Dec. 2010.

 High School, Personal: Prepped at Stafford (Falmouth, VA) HS...Earned honorable mention All-Northwest Region honors as a senior while playing QB by posting 815 rushing yards and 12 TDs on 155 carries...Also completed 9 of 25 passes for 230 yards and 2 TDs...Saw action in his prep career at WR, RB, CB and as a KOR...Returned 6 career KOR-TDs...An Academic All-District honoree as a junior and senior...Also played basketball...Oldest of seven children.

 Community: The Torrey Smith Foundation was established to provide support to at-risk youth with physical, educational and financial challenges, and to focus on the enhancement of lives of those who have been affected by domestic violence...In the spring of 2013, Torrey hosted the second annual Torrey Smith Celebrity All-Star Basketball Game in Fredericksburg, VA, that raised funds to purchase football gear for underprivileged children...Attended the ninth annual Ravens and Police Athletic League coat distribution to Baltimore homeless men at the Helping Up Mission... Involved with promoting Play 60 and Fuel up to Play 60, the NFL movements for an active generation that eats right, by participating in assemblies at James McHenry Elementary School and Linton Springs Elementary School...Supported the Ravens Hometown Huddle in Oct. 2012 by taking part in the first-ever Ravens TEAM Challenge at M&T Bank  Stadium... Participated in the 2012 Clinton Global Initiative University Service Project by assembling packages for troops overseas... Attended the Opening Ceremony for the Patterson Park Youth Sports and Education Center in downtown Baltimore...Hosted the annual “Teaming up with Torrey” toy drive at Dogwood Elementary School...Consistently supports the organization’s and his teammates’ community efforts by attending the ACT Auction Party at M&T Bank Stadium, BINGO Night for Purple, the team’s official women’s club, OJ Brigance’s Fiesta 5K, Ray Rice Day, Lardarius Webb’s Charity Softball Game and Charity Bowling Classic, LaQuan Williams’ “The Need to Feed” holiday event and former teammate’s Vonta Leach’s Celebrity Billiards Tournament, and Anquan Boldin’s Q-Festival weekend.


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