University of Miami Athletics
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Brashard Smith

position

Wide Receiver

Height

5-10

Weight

194 lbs.

Class

Sophomore

Hometown

Richmond Heights, Fla.

High School

Miami Palmetto

Twitter

@brashards

Instagram

@_brashard_

Brashard Smith - Football - University of Miami Athletics

2021 (True Freshman): Saw action in 11 games in first season…Totaled 368 all-purpose yards in first season – 199 receiving, 23 rushing and 147 on kickoff returns…Caught 14 passes including two touchdowns, with long touchdown of 75 yards…Made career debut in win over Appalachian State (Sept. 11)…Saw time against Michigan State (Sept. 18)…Enjoyed breakout game in win over Central Connecticut State (Sept. 25), catching five passes for 91 yards, including 75-yard touchdown, in win over Blue Devils…Had 8-yard reception against Virginia (Sept. 30)…Caught one pass at North Carolina (Oct. 16)…Saw time in win over NC State (Oct. 23)…Returned three kicks and caught one pass in victory at Pittsburgh (Oct. 30)…Had one reception in win over Georgia Tech (Nov. 6)…Played against Florida State (Nov. 13)…Scored second touchdown of the year and totaled 90 receiving yards on two catches in win over Virginia Tech (Nov. 20)…Scored on 75-yard touchdown reception versus Hokies…Caught one pass and had one rushing attempt in regular season finale at Duke (Nov. 27).

High School: A consensus four-star prospect by 247Sports, ESPN and Rivals…Ranked the No. 158 overall player in the Rivals Top 250… Rated the No. 24 wide receiver nationally and No. 25 player in Florida by Rivals…Listed as the No. 193 player in the 247Sports Top247…Ranked the No. 29 wide receiver in the country and No. 24 player in Florida by 247Sports…Rated the No. 62 wide receiver nationally and No. 64 player in Florida by ESPN…Selected to the Under Armour All-America Game and the U.S. Army All-American Bowl…As a junior, caught 36 passes for 628 yards and 13 touchdowns…High school teammate of fellow #2rings1chain signee Leonard Taylor…Chose Miami over offers from Alabama, Auburn, Boston College, Cincinnati, Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, LSU, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oregon, Penn State, Pitt, South Carolina, USF, Syracuse, Tennessee, Washington State and West Virginia, among others. 

* indicates student-athlete received extra year of eligibility in 2021 due to 2020 season affected by COVID-19 pandemic