|SMITH'S PERSONAL FILE|
Full Name: Bret George Smith
Born: Jan. 14, 1985
Coach at Warren High School: Bo Hembree
CAREER GAMES/STARTS - 31/1
2005 - Games/Starts: 11/1 ... Tied for team lead with three receiving TDs ... Led Vols' receiving efforts at Florida with four catches for 27 yards, including 8-yard TD grab ... Also had catch overturned during Florida game on what was first use of instant replay in history of Tennessee football ... Caught three passes for 38 yards at LSU, including 8-yard TD ... Totaled 17 yards on three catches versus Mississippi ... Caught four passes for career-high 85 yards against Georgia ... Had 10-yard reception versus South Carolina ... Caught 7-yard TD pass at Notre Dame and 2-point conversion pass in third quarter to tie game at 21 ... Three catches for 21 yards at Kentucky.
2004 - Games/Starts: 13/0 ... Led Vols with five TD receptions ... Two receptions for 34 yards against Florida, including fingertip catch near goal line for six points ... Caught three passes for 78 yards and two TDs vs. Louisiana Tech ... Only catches at Georgia and Mississippi were for touchdowns ... Fielded onside kick late in South Carolina game and ran 44 yards for TD ... Finished with catches in 12 of 13 games ... Missed most of 2004 spring practice with toe injury and underwent surgery in April.
2003 - Games/Starts: 7/0 ... Did not play until contest against Florida, but first career catch was 57-yarder to Florida 1-yard line ... Scored first career touchdown in closing minutes of Georgia game ... Underwent surgery to repair torn ligament in thumb after injuring it against Georgia ... Missed Alabama, Duke and Miami games before returning for Mississippi State contest.
HIGH SCHOOL - Parade and SuperPrep All-America ... Selcted as No. 1 overall prospect in Arkansas by SuperPrep and Rivals.com ... Selected to Class 3A All-State Team ... Played in U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... Capped senior season with 62 receptions for 1,162 yards ... Finished junior year with nearly 1,900 yards receiving on 103 catches, including 23 touchdowns for Arkansas' 3A champions.