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Name: Dalvin Smith 
College: Western Kentucky     Number: 17
Height: 6-2   Weight: 188
Position: WR  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2025

40 Low: 4.45
   40 Time: 4.54
  40 High: 4.60

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Height: 6015
Weight: 188

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 Data Scout Notes: 2022: NAC...2021: NAC...2020: NAC...(+) Oct 2020 Leg INJ/Out for 2020

 Dalvin Smith, Western Kentucky, Player News

  Dalvin Smith is ready to come back strong from injury once again. The Glasgow graduate and Western Kentucky tight end has been back on the field at Houchens-Smith Stadium this spring for the Hilltoppers after seeing his 2020 season cut short because of a broken leg. "It feels amazing to be back out there with my teammates again," Smith said. "I'm just trying to help us get better every day." The 6-foot-3, 195-pound redshirt freshman saw his first significant action at the college level last fall and was coming on strong before the injury, playing in five games and catching four passes for 58 yards. Two of those were for scores - a 24-yard reception in the team's home opener against Liberty and a 26-yarder in a homecoming loss to Marshall. He also played against UAB and Chattanooga the following two weeks, but was injured midway through the first quarter against the Mocs.

Now, he's back and has been making plays throughout spring for the Hilltoppers. "It's good to have him back out there," said WKU co-offensive coordinator/inside receivers coach Bryan Ellis, who served as offensive coordinator the last two seasons. "It is a complete joy to coach Dalvin Smith. He's, first off, a phenomenal human being, a phenomenal kid. I'd adopt him as my son if his family would let him. That's how much I think about him. "Football-wise, he's a freak. He's 6-2, maybe even pushing 6-3, he's 190 pounds. He runs close to 22 mph. He's got a great catch radius, he's got really long arms, long limbs, he can really jump. He was a great basketball player in high school. The thing for him is the learning curve." - BG Daily News

(DS#999 WR) rJr/2025 WR Dalvin SmithWestern Kentucky
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