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Alton Keith Smith Jr., a fullback with the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League, was born on April 8, 1992. (NFL). His college football career was spent at San Jose State University.

Smith, a Pomona, California native, started playing football when he was in the fourth grade. When Smith was 11 years old, his older sister was dating Charter Oak alumnus and Indianapolis Colts cornerback Jason David.

Smith is now David’s brother-in-law. David once said of Smith: “He was so thirsty for knowledge, he was so keen to get better, he was willing to do whatever it took. He studied cinema, worked out on weekends, and grew better and better.”

He had a restricted free agent status going into the 2018 off-season. The Cowboys took a risk by not making him a tender offer in an effort to re-sign him for a reduced contract. On March 15, 2018, Smith reconnected with Rich Bisaccia, his special teams coach from his time with the Cowboys, by signing a two-year contract with the Oakland Raiders.

Tyler Clutts entered OTAs vying with Rod Smith for the starting job after the team decided not to re-sign him. Keith was chosen as the starting fullback at the conclusion of training camp even though they both made the team.

In the Cowboys’ season-opening defeat against the New York Giants, Smith recorded his first career carry and gained three yards.

In the following game, a 27-23 victory over the Washington Redskins, he grabbed his first career reception on a five-yard pass from quarterback Dak Prescott. In a 24-17 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on October 2, Smith had one rush attempt for a two-yard gain and one reception for a 14-yard gain.

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