2017-18 Football
1 Ebenezer Ogundeko DE
1 Steven Newbold WR
2 Patrick Smith WR
3 Chris Rowland WR
3 Nick Harper, Jr. DB
4 Sabree Curtis, Jr. RB
5 Terrell Bonds DB
5 Treon Harris QB
6 Earl Harrison RB
7 Ronnie Killings WR
8 Mahlon Medley TE
9 Al-Malik Moore WR
10 Dajour Nesbeth CB
11 Mazio Rhodes WR
12 Michael Hughes QB
12 Larry Wilhoite S
13 DeVon Johnson WR
14 Kullen Wells QB
14 Ladarius Johnson CB
15 Tyler Black RB
16 Reggie Gunn LB
16 Josh Trueheart QB
17 Moris Lugo LB
18 Austin Rowley P
19 Justin North LB
20 Shakur Jackson DB
21 Neiman Armstrong CB
22 Lakhalon Holland DB
24 Trevion Duncan SS
25 Vincent Sellers DB
26 LaQuarius Cook S
27 James Green LB
28 Shawn McColley RB
29 Michael Crawford LB
30 Blair Edwards LB
31 Tyler Bond DB
32 Chris Collins LB
33 Seth Rowland RB
34 Arkeem Granger RB
35 Jordan Bell RB
36 Desmond Johnson DB
38 Andrew Knox RB
39 Terence Harris II FB
40 Thomas Newberg LS
41 Lane Clark PK/K
42 Antowan Malone LB
43 Mitchell Boudreaux K
45 Dell Porter DE
47 Ahmad Richardson DB
49 Elijah Walton DB
50 Joseph Johnson LB
51 Ian Martin LB
52 Andrew Cothran DE
53 Michael Smith, Jr. OG
54 Dante' Ferguson, Jr. LB
55 Anthony Geter C
56 Justin Brown LB
59 Timerik Cook LS
60 Lachavious Simmons OL
61 Tyrell Doss OL
62 J.C. Goins III DT
64 Thomas Burton OL
65 Ty Allen OL
66 Bradford Beard DT
67 Justin Brooks OL
68 Adrian Sims DT
69 Penidre Ndiaye OL
71 Christian Morris OL
72 Camren Jones OL
73 Jamahl Jelks OL
74 Kenkhari Green OL
75 Chidi Okeke OL
76 Terrence Summers DT
77 Keith Thomas OL
80 Miles Cavitt TE
81 Justin Hurston TE
82 Aaron Cauthen TE
83 Lawrence Segree II WR
84 DJ Hunter WR
85 Vincent Thomas WR
86 Aaron Hudson WR
87 Jared Simpkins WR
88 Zarius Gamble WR
89 Kyle Oliver TE
90 Khalil Jones DT
91 Marvin Maddox DL
92 Jason Morrow DL
94 Jeremy Patterson DT
96 Coby Weiss K
97 Justin Culpepper DT
98 Jerquez Hughey DL
99 Michael Perry III DT
Full Roster
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2017-18
Football
Patrick Smith

#2 Patrick Smith

POS. WR
HT. 6-0
WT. 190
YR. R-Sr.
HOMETOWN Memphis, Tenn.
PREV. SCHOOL Whitehaven HS

PHOTO GALLERY

2017 STATS FCS Preseason All-American Team
2017 Lindy's OVC Preseason Offensive Player of the Year
2017 OVC Preseason Offensive Player of the Year
2017 Black Col­lege Football Hall of Fame Player of the Year List
2017 BOXTOROW Preseason All-American Team
2017 HBCU Gameday Preseason FCS First Team All-American Team
2017 Preseason All-OVC
2016-17 OVC Commissioner's Honor Roll
2016 All-OVC First Team
2016 Black College Football Hall of Fame Player of the Year List
2016 Preseason All-OVC Team
2015 All-OVC Second Team
2015 OVC All-Newcomer Team

2016 - Junior Redshirted Season
Led the team in receptions (61), yards (966) and touchdowns (13) while starting all 11 games at wide receiver… Tied for second most touchdowns, was seventh best in receptions and ninth best in yardage in a single season at TSU… Caught a scoring pass in nine of 11 games and had four multi-scoring games… Reeled in a pass in all eleven games, extending his streak to 21 games in his two year career… Named Ohio Valley Conference Offensive Player of the Week (10/23) catching seven passes for 170 yards and two touchdowns at Vanderbilt, including a 93 yarder from Ronald Butler for the second longest passing play in school history… Pulled in 11 receptions, tying for most eighth most in a game at TSU, for 166 yards and two touchdowns at Southeast Missouri (11/19)… Went for 160 yards, including a 56 yard scoring play, on seven receptions at Eastern Illinois (10/8)… Kept streak alive for consecutive games with a catch with a 39 yard touchdown reception at Austin Peay (11/5)… Pulled down two touchdowns, finishing with six catches for 74 yards and tossed a two-point conversion to Ronald Butler at Murray State (10/29)… Scored twice against UT Martin (10/1), catching six passes for 57 yards… Collected 128 all-purpose yards against Arkansas-Pine Bluff (9/3) with 100 yards on six receptions and 28 yards on four punt returns… Totaled 45 yards on six returns on the season… Made three tackles on the year

2015 - Sophomore Redshirted Season
Named to the All-Ohio Valley Conference Second Team, as well as All-Newcomer Team… Ranked seventh nationally and led the OVC with 99.6 receiving yards per game… Grabbed 54 passes for 996 yards and 10 touchdowns in ten games while amassing 1,121all-purpose yards… Finished the season with six plays over 50 yards, five which resulted in touchdowns… Ended the season ranked nationally in receiving touchdowns (13th), receiving yards (16th), yards per reception (17th), punt returns (28th) and receptions per game (40th)… Was named OVC Player and Newcomer of the Week (11/8) after registering career highs in receptions (9), yards (248) and touchdowns (2)… Ended the game one yard shy of the TSU single game record of 249 yards… Entered the end zone in eight, including each of the first five games of his career… Snagged seven passes for 63 yards and a touchdown in the final game of the season at Tennessee Tech (11/21)… Set a career high for receptions with nine, while going for 119 yards and a touchdown, including a 64-yard scoring play, at Eastern Kentucky (10/24)… Hauled in a scoring catch for the fifth consecutive week, finishing with four catches and 70 yards at UT Martin (10/10)… Scored a career best two touchdowns at Florida A&M (9/26) as he went for 157 yards on eight snags… Caught just one pass at Jacksonville State (9/19) which went for a career long 84 yard touchdown, it also marked the sixth longest pass play in TSU history… Was named the Southern Heritage Classic Most Valuable Player after catching four passes for 107 yards, including a 64 yard touchdown play, while amassing 155 all-purpose yards versus Jackson State (9/12)… Caught six passes for 64 and recorded his first career touchdown against Alabama State in the John Merritt Classic (9/6)

2014 - Redshirted Freshman Season

Did Not Play

2013 - Freshman Season
Redshirted

White Haven HS
Smith manned the quarterback position as a junior and had a strong season under center as a senior as the quarterback of the state champions Whitehaven… Ranked 25th overall in Tennessee by ESPN… Coached by Rodney Sawsberry… Had offers from Arkansas State, Austin Peay, Memphis and Mississippi State.