For the New York Jets of the National Football League, Jeff Smith plays wide receiver in American football. He is 1.85 m tall and 88 kg in weight. He played high school football at Clearwater Central Catholic High School, where he attended. He gained 1,236 yards on the ground and 2,165 yards through the air as a senior, contributing to 34 touchdowns in all.
For the Boston College Eagles, he participated in collegiate football at Boston College. He played four seasons with the Boston College Eagles. He completed 27 of 82 passes for 253 yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions as a true freshman while also rushing for 454 yards and six scores in five games.
Before his sophomore year, he switched to wide receiver. He finished the season with 27 receptions for 395 yards and 3 touchdowns, in addition to 199 yards and a score on the ground. In April 2019, he agreed to terms with the New York Jets as an undrafted free agent. In September, the Jets re-signed him to their practice squad after cutting him at the end of training camp at the final roster cuts.
He was added to the Jets’ active roster in December 2019. On December 12, 2019, he made his NFL debut. He was added to the reserve injury list in September 2020. Prior to Week 4 in October 2020, he was activated. On April 19, 2021, he committed to the Jets under an exclusive-rights free agent tender.
What happen to Jeff Smith?
Jeff Smith has been put on an exclusive rights free agent tender by the New York Jets.