Professional football player Tyron Smith is the left tackle for the National Football League’s Dallas Cowboys. His height is 1.96 m, and his weight is 141 kg. He went to Rancho Verde High School where he played high school football. Following high school, he enrolled at the University of Southern California where he played college football for the USC Trojans football team for three seasons.
He received All-American honors from Parade, SuperPrep, PrepStar, Scout.com, and EA Sports in addition to numerous other All-Region accolades. He filled in as the left offensive lineman for the freshman team. He participated in ten games. He made his first twelve starts as right offensive tackle during his sophomore season.
He received honorable mention for the All-Pac-10 and Sophomore All-American teams from CollegeFootballNews.com for the 2009 season. He took part in twelve games as a junior. He was selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the 2011 NFL Draft. After deciding to have neck surgery, Smith declared in October 2020 that he will forego the remainder of the 2020 campaign.
Later, he was added to the injured reserve. He had numerous ankle issues the entire season. He suffered a hamstring tear at the start of the 2022 season while working out in training camp. On August 31, 2022, he was added to the injured reserve list.
How Many Siblings Does Tyron Smith Have?
Tyron Smith has sisters. Tiari Dennis and Tamia Pinkney. Unfortunately, there is nothing else known about them yet.