Travis High School grad Smith gains for Colorado State
Travis High School graduate Conner Smith quarterbacked the Colorado State Rams to a 33-11 victory over the University of Nevada-Las Vegas (UNLV) Saturday, Nov. 10 at Hughes Stadium, Fort Collins, Colo.
Colorado State is now 3-7 on the season. The team's next game is on the road Saturday Nov. 17 at Boise State.
Smith is a 2011 graduate of Travis High School where he lettered in football and baseball. On the gridiron for coach Randy Cunningham, Smith was a two-year starter at quarterback. As a senior (2010-11) Smith was an honorable mention all-district selection and member of the Houston Chronicle Top 100. That season he passed for 1039 yards and six touchdowns to go along with a pair of rushing scores to help Travis win the District 23-5A title and advance to the state playoffs. As a junior (2009-10) Smith threw for 1020 yards and seven touchdowns. He was rated as the 12th best quarterback in Texas for the class of 2011 by ESPN Rise and was a top quarterback in Dave Campbell's Texas Football. Off the field smith graduated with a 3.0 grade point average. He was born June 1 1992 the son of Bobby and Debbie Smith. Smith is from Richmond.
Smith is a freshman at Colorado State.
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