Receiver Steve Smith Carolina Panthers

A native of Lynwood, Calirornia and was born May 12, 1979 Stevonne L. Smith currently plays as a wide receiver for the Carolina Panthers of the NFL. Standing 5'9 "and weighing less than 200 pounds not prevented Smith from breaking more tackles than any receiver in the NFL. In the early days of his career, Steve Smith struggled a bit, but has since improved its roads operating as evidenced by his NFL Comeback player of 2005.

As a child growing up in a single parent family, Steve Smith attended University High School in Los Angeles, where he was a star of the popular game. He was selected to the All-California Interstate Football and All-Metro League teams. During his college years at Santa Monica College, where he remained for two years before transferring to the University of Utah, Steve Smith reached the second team All-Western State Conference South during its second year. After the transfer of Utah, Smith was the All-Mountain West Conference team during the two years it has been registered. During the third round of the NFL draft in 2001, Steve Smith was drafted by the Carolina Panthers. His first season led to an appearance in the Pro Bowl. NFL 2002 season Smith played an important role in the team effort to reach the Super Bowl XXXVIII. In 2004, a broken leg kept Steve Smith off the field and on the disabled list during the season. In 2005, however, Smith was ready to resume his position in the field and did, leading the NFL with 1,563 receiving yards. The foundation provides an outlet for fun and recreation, which also includes special events often involving Steve Smith and his teammates of the Carolina Panthers NFL.
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