Player Analysis: Brett Smith, QB, Wyoming

**Due to time constraints I will merely be reprinting my work from the CHTV Draft Guide for WRs and QBs. I wish I had more time to write up all my notes but such is the life of a part time freelancer. Thanks for your understanding.**

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Name: Brett Smith

School: Wyoming

Height: 6’2”

Weight: 206

40-Yard Dash: N/A

In a nutshell: An incredibly underrated prospect, Smith didn’t even get a combine invite. He’s a quick, mobile quarterback who does a great job making his reads and adjusting based on coverage, but can be a bit too confident at times. He’s prone to try and fit the ball in tight coverage he should avoid.

Vs Hawaii: In what was easily Smith’s best game of the year—and his career—the Wyoming quarterback destroyed the Hawaii defense to the tune of 498 yards and seven touchdowns, adding in a 51-yard touchdown run which showed off his mobility. His eight touchdowns were the most by a single player in Mountain West history.

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