▪ First team All-NEC.
▪ NEC Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 3).
▪ Finished his career as the program’s all-time leader for touchdowns scored (45) and co-leader for all-time rushing touchdowns (40).
▪ Accrued 3,196 career rushing yards and 4,721 all-purpose yards, both good for second all-time.
▪ Played and started in 10 games.
▪ Carried the ball 195 times and rushed for 1,001 yards and 18 touchdowns, while totaling 1,280 all-purpose yards.
▪ Led the NEC and ranked fourth at the FCS level for scoring (11.40).
▪ Rushed for three touchdowns on four separate occasions, including in three consecutive games – Monmouth (9/29), Bryant (10/6), and Saint Francis (Pa.) (10/13).
▪ Rushed for over 100-yards in six games, including a season-best 174 yards on 24 carries vs. Colgate (9/1).
▪ Capped his career with three touchdowns vs. Central Connecticut State (11/17).
UAlbany: Finished his career as the program’s all-time leader for touchdowns scored (45) and co-leader for all-time rushing touchdowns (40) ... Accrued 3,196 career rushing yards and 4,721 all-purpose yards, both good for second all-time ... Named to the CFPA Running Back Watch List… Posted the fifth-best single-season mark in 2011 with 1,092 yards on 194 carries… Recorded the sixth-best single-season all-purpose running total in 2011 with 1,517 yards… UAlbany’s top all-purpose runner for the last three seasons. 2011: Had a season-high 155 rushing yards at Columbia (9/24)… Rushed for over 100 yards in six games… Had a season-high 64 receiving yards on two catches at Central Connecticut (10/22)… Also went 4-for-4 on pass attempts, including a 44-yard throw for a touchdown at Monmouth (11/12) and a 43-yard touchdown pass in the FCS Playoffs against Stony Brook (11/26)… Recorded three kick returns for 54 yards, including a long of 21 yards versus Sacred Heart (11/19)… Had a season-high 215 all-purpose yards against the Pioneers. 2010: Led team in rushing (72.4 ypg) and all-purpose yards (99.3 ypg) ... ran for 724 yards and seven touchdowns, plus caught 12 passes fro 119 yards ... second on team in scoring with 48 points ... 100-plus all-purpose yards against five opponents ... named NEC Offensive Player of the Week after running for a career-high 129 yards in 3-0 season-opening win at Maine ... rushed for 97 yards in a pair of league victories over Sacred Heart and Monmouth ... ran for 92 yards and two TDs at Duquesne ... played special teams on kickoff return and punt cover squads ... 2009: Team's top returning rusher with 379 yards and five touchdowns ... ran for 90 or more yards against three opponents, including 99 at Georgia Southern ... scored on an 8-yard run and 9-yard pass reception in first quarter at Wagner ... totaled 141 all-purpose yards in the 41-28 NEC victory ... season-long 58-yard TD run in fourth quarter vs. Duquense ... named NEC Rookie of the Week on Sept. 8 after totaling a career-best 239 all-purpose yards in opener ... threw a 31-yard scoring pass and reached end zone on a 1-yard run at Monmouth ... ninth among the nation's leaders with a 26.6 kickoff return average ... 2008: Redshirted as a true freshman ... High School: New York State Sportswriters Association Class AA second-team all-state selection ... consensus first-team All-Area choice ... Offensive Player of the Year by Daily Gazette ... rushed for 940 yards and passed for 552 while accounting for 17 touchdowns ... Empire Division Player of the Year ... made 74 tackles and tied school standard with six interceptions ... Dutchmen reached Section II championship game ... two-time captain ... three varsity basketball letters ... competed in triple jump as member of track & field team ... Personal: Major is information science with a minor in business administration ... born 4-12-90 ... parents are Arel and Merline Smith ... has one sister, Taryne McDonald ... member of 2009 New York Giants training camp staff.