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Curtis Smiley
Curtis Smiley

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Goose Creek, S.C.

High School:
Goose Creek

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 235

Event:
Throws


2009 Outdoor: Did not compete...

2008 Football: Played in all 12 games at tight end, earning three starts... Recorded a 35-yard reception in the Chants 23-18 Big South victory at Gardner-Webb... Had a solo tackle against Colgate and North Carolina A&T... Saw a majority of action on the goal line and short yardage situations...

2008 Outdoor: Finished 11th at the Big South Championship in the shot put with a throw of 44'10.75"... Was fourth at the Battle of the Beach in the shot put (44'2.75")... Had a fourth place showing at the Battle of the Beach throwing 141'1" in the discus... Finished ninth in the discus at the New Balance Big South Championships...

2007 Football: Played in all 11 contests as a redshirt sophomore to earn his first college letter... Did not carry the ball, but saw a majority of action on the goal line and short yardage situations...

2006 Football: Played in two games as a redshirt freshman, seeing action off the bench against Savannah State and Charleston Southern... Had three carries for four yards in the win over Savannah State...

2005 Football: Did not see action as a true freshman...

High School: Named to the Shrine Bowl Roster for South Carolina... Named to the High School Sports Report Post and Courier's All-Lowcountry team... Led the Gators to an 8-5 mark and their first winning season since 1989 and the second most wins in school history... Also led them to the second round of the playoffs for just the third time in Goose Creek history... Earned the team's MVP award after rushing for 1,020 yards on 189 carries and a team-high 15 touchdowns from the fullback slot... Was part of an offense that set a new single-season school record in scoring, rushing yards and rushing touchdowns and single-game record for rushing yards...

Personal: Full Name: Curtis Jerome Smiley, Jr. ... Son of Valeria Smiley... Majoring in computer science.