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Name: Christopher Smith 
College: Georgia     Number: 29
Height: 5-11   Weight: 190
Position: FS  Pos2: CB/ST
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2022

40 Low: 4.40
   40 Time: 4.48
  40 High: 4.57
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Height: 5111
Weight: 190

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC

 Christopher Smith, Georgia, Player News

  09/06/21 - FS Christopher SmithSr/2022, Georgia, 5-11, 190 (DS#2 FS) + More +

  SEPT 6 SEC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Christopher Smith, S, Georgia,...Smith scored the game's only touchdown on a 74-yard interception return to highlight the Bulldogs' 10-3 win No. 2 Clemson in Charlotte, N.C...His first career pick broke open a 0-0 tie late in the second quarter as the Bulldog defense kept the Tigers scoreless in the first half and to only 180 total yards on the day...Smith finished with three stops and was part of a secondary that gave Georgia's front seven time to collect seven sacks. - SEC Football

(DS#2 FS) Sr/2022 FS Christopher SmithGeorgia
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  09/05/21 - FS Christopher SmithSr/2022, Georgia, 5-11, 190 (DS#2 FS) + More +

  Georgia coach Kirby Smart knew his defense was super athletic. He didn't know they would be this good. Christopher Smith returned an interception 74 yards for a touchdown and the fifth-ranked Bulldogs turned in a defensive effort for the ages, toppling No. 3 Clemson 10-3 on Saturday in the opener for both teams. The Bulldogs held the Tigers to 2 yards rushing and sacked D.J. Uiagalelei seven times to position themselves for a serious run at the College Football Playoffs.

Uiagalelei finished 19 of 37 for 178 yards with one interception. He bobbled snaps, was out of sync with his receivers and spent most of the day under heavy duress against a relentless Bulldogs pass rush. "We frustrated and confused them," Smart said. Even when Georgia turned the ball over, the Tigers couldn't take advantage. Trailing 7-0 in the third quarter, Baylon Specter appeared to give the Tigers some momentum when he intercepted JT Daniels' pass at the Georgia 33. But after a short gain on first down Uiagalelei was sacked on consecutive plays and Clemson was forced to punt. Clemson didn't score until 9:08 left in the game when a 44-yard reception by Joseph Ngata and a defensive pass interference penalty set up a 22-yard field goal by B.T. Potter, helping the Tigers avoid their first shutout since 2003. - Georgia/AP College Football


(DS#2 FS) Sr/2022 FS Christopher SmithGeorgia
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  10/05/20 - FS Christopher SmithSr/2022, Georgia, 5-11, 190 (DS#2 FS) + More +

  Auburn had two or three of the best wideouts Georgia will play this season when "you start talking about vertical speed, releases," Smart said on his Thursday night radio show. Well, the best of those wideouts, Seth Williams didn't catch his first pass until early in the third quarter despite being targeted four times in the first half. Mark Webb ended Bo Nix's streak of passes without an interception at 251 with a pick at the end of the third quarter. Only Clemson's Trevor Lawrence was longer. Auburn's longest pass play of the night went for 20 yards despite Georgia losing preseason All-American safety Richard LeCounte in the second quarter to targeting.

"Man, they played great," inside linebacker Monty Rice said. "You had one or two pass interferences, but those are aggressive penalties and we'll take those. They did a phenomenal job at executing the game plan that our coaches put in place for us." Junior Christopher Smith stepped in to join sophomore Lewis Cine at safety when LeCounte was lost for the game. Nix completed 21 of 41 passes for 177 yards and an interception. LeCounte and cornerback Eric Stokes clamped down on Anthony Schwartz on a third-down incompletion in the first quarter. - Athens Daily Banner


(DS#2 FS) Sr/2022 FS Christopher SmithGeorgia
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