Alex Smith Named Second-Team All-America by Walter Camp Foundation

Dec. 9, 2004

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Cardinal tight end Alex Smith today was named to the 2004 Walter Camp Football Foundation All-America Second-Team. Smith, from Boulder, Colorado, was previously named First-Team All-Pac-10 and the Stanford Team MVP for 2004.

Smith, who will graduate this month with a bachelor's degree in Economics, finished his Cardinal career as the most prolific receiving tight end in school history. During his Stanford career, Smith caught 107 passes for 1,291 yards and eight touchdowns. This past season, he led the team with 52 receptions for 706 yards and three touchdowns.

Smith ranked No. 2 in the NCAA and No. 1 in the Pac-10 for receptions per game (4.7) and receiving yards per game (64.2). He had three games in which he recorded more than 100 receiving yards in a game and he became the first Cardinal tight end to lead the team in receptions since Bob Moore in 1969.

A complete list of the 2004 Walter Camp All-America team is attached in pdf format.

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