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Added two hits in an 8-7 victory against No. 29 UNLV (Feb. 21).
Ripped a single and walked twice against No. 29 UNLV (Feb. 22).
Finished his junior campaign batting .267 with nine doubles, two home runs, and 19 RBI.
Led the Vols in walks (23), strikeouts (47) and sacrifice flies (3).
Hit in eight of the nine spots in the lineup for the Vols, the most of any player.
Recorded first hit as a Vol on Feb. 16 at UNLV, going 2-for-3 with a RBI in an 8-3 win.
Went 2-for-4 with three RBIs, two runs scored and a pair of walks in UT's 16-0 win over Alcorn State on March 8.
Hit his first home run as a Vol the next day in a 13-6 triumph over the Braves.
Had a five-game hitting streak from March 2-10.
Hit .412 (7-for-17) with two doubles, four RBI and a pair of stolen bases during the stretch.
Scored two runs, drew two walks and had a stolen base as UT beat Alabama 7-6 on March 16.
Added a 2-for-3 effort in the series finale a day later.
Stole a season-high three bases in a 3-for-4 performance against Longwood on April 2.
Hit second longball of the season on April 6 vs. South Carolina, going 2-for-5 with two RBI and two runs scored.
Went 2-for-4 with two RBI and a run scored in the Vols' wild 10-9 win at No. 13 Kentucky on April 13.
Was the only player to start all 65 games for the Wildcats.
Posted 48-17 record and reached the JUCO World Series in 2012.
Led the team with 53 runs scored while posting a .407 on-base percentage with 34 RBI and 12 stolen bases during his sophomore campaign.
Claimed 2012 second team all-region honors.
Helped lead Western Nevada to a 45-15 overall record and the Scenic West Conference championship in 2011.
Recorded a .427 on-base percentage with 37 walks and nine stolen bases while hitting primarily out of the two-hole as a freshman for the Wildcats.
Earned both all-region and first-team all-conference accolades in 2011.
Invited to the Washington Nationals Area Code team and selected by the Seattle Mariners for the Mariner Cup Team.
One of just two players from Washington to be invited to play in the Tommy Lasorda Elite Games at Dodger Stadium.
A three-year letterman for the Bears, helping the team reach the state finals twice.
As a junior, had just one error and was named the team's Gold Glove winner.
Listed as one of the nation's Top 1000 players and 32nd-best player in Washington by Perfect Game in 2010.
Played summer baseball for Chaffey Baseball in Washington, where he hit .411 and was named the MVP of the Northwest Babe Ruth Regional.
Born February 24, 1992
Son of Dave and Mindy Smart
Has one sibling, Ryan
Majoring in sociology
His father, Dave, is the former head coach at Tahoma HIgh School and assistant coach at Bellevue Community College