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#81 Tevaun Smith

Height 6-2
Weight 190 lbs.
Class Fr.
Hometown Toronto, Ontario
High School Kent School, Conn.

Hawk Item – – Career totals include 102 receptions for 1,500 yards to rank 19th in career receiving yards . . . one of seven true freshmen to see action in 2012.

2015 Honors – – Coaches Appreciation Award, offense . . . 2015 Preseason Honors – – Preseason third team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele . . . 2015 – – Saw action in 12 games, with 10 starts . . . second on the team in receiving yards (563) and third in receptions (32) in 2015, with three touchdowns . . . started at split end in 31-14 win over Illinois State as offense gained 431 yards total offense . . . three receptions for 24 yards vs. Illinois State, with a long of 15 and a key fourth-down reception on opening touchdown drive . . . saw action in 31-17 win at Iowa State as offense gained 260 net rushing yards and 475 yards total offense . . . two receptions for 23 yards at ISU, including a 14-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter . . . started at split end in 27-24 win over Pitt as offense gained 363 yards total offense . . . three receptions for 73 yards vs. Pitt, with a long of 51 yards . . . saw action in 62-16 win over North Texas as offense gained 488 yards total offense . . . four receptions for 115 yards vs. North Texas for first career game with over 100 receiving yards . . . 81-yard touchdown reception vs. North Texas for longest reception of career . . . did not see action in 10-6 win at Wisconsin due to injury . . . did not see action in 29-20 win over Illinois due to injury . . . returned to action in 40-10 win at Northwestern, but had no statistics as offense rushed for 294 yards and gained 492 yards total offense . . . started at wide receiver in 31-15 win over Maryland, recording two receptions for 35 yards, with a long of 21 yards . . . started at wide receiver in 35-27 win at Indiana as offense rushed for 234 yards and gained 467 yards total offense . . . four receptions for 55 yards at Indiana, with a long of 22 yards . . . started at wide receiver in 40-35 win over Minnesota as offense rushed for 272 yards and gained 506 yards total offense . . . two receptions for 35 yards and one pass completion for 21 yards vs. Minnesota . . . started at wide receiver in 40-20 win over Purdue . . . four receptions for 73 yards vs. Purdue, with a long of 30 yards . . . started at wide receiver in 28-20 win at Nebraska, recording one reception for three yards . . . started at wide receiver in 16-13 loss to Michigan State . . . led team with five receptions for 110 yards vs. MSU, including 85-yard touchdown reception to give Iowa a 13-9 fourth quarter advantage . . . started at wide receiver in 45-16 Rose Bowl loss to Stanford, recording two receptions for 17 yards.

2014 Honors – – Honorable mention All-Big Ten by league coaches . . . 2014 – – Saw action in all 13 games, with eight starts . . . led team in receiving yards (596), ranked second in receptions (43) and shared team lead with three scoring receptions . . . started at wide receiver in 31-23 win over Northern Iowa as offense gained 401 yards total offense . . . three receptions for 17 yards, including a six-yard scoring reception, and one rushing attempt for 35 yards vs. UNI . . . started at wide receiver in 17-13 win over Ball State as offense gained 455 yards total offense . . . matched career-best with six receptions for 59 yards vs. BSU . . . saw action at wide receiver in 20-17 loss to Iowa State . . . four receptions for 34 yards vs. ISU and gained one yard on only rushing attempt . . . saw action in 24-20 win at Pittsburgh, recording one reception for 14 yards . . . saw action in 24-10 win at Purdue as offense gained 420 yards total offense . . . one reception for 27 yards at Purdue . . . started at wide receiver in 45-29 win over Indiana as offense gained 426 yards total offense . . . led team with four receptions for 69 yards vs. Indiana, with a long of 31 yards, and also gained seven yards on only rushing attempt . . . saw action in 38-31 loss at Maryland as offense gained 433 yards total offense . . . four receptions for 30 yards at Maryland . . . started at wide receiver in 48-7 win over Northwestern as offense gained 483 yards total offense . . . four receptions for 76 yards vs. Northwestern, including 31-yard scoring reception . . . saw action in loss at Minnesota . . . three receptions for 38 yards at Minnesota . . . started at wide receiver in 30-14 win at Illinois as offense rushed for 304 yards and gained 587 yards total offense . . .three receptions for 46 yards at Illinois, with a long of 21 yards and all three receptions resulting in a first down . . . started at wide receiver in 26-24 loss to No. 14 Wisconsin, as offense gained 412 yards total offense against the top-ranked defense in the nation . . . four receptions for 78 yards vs. Wisconsin, with a long of 32 yards . . . started at wide receiver in 37-34 overtime loss to Nebraska . . . four receptions for 71 yards vs. Nebraska, including 37-yard touchdown in the third quarter . . . started at wide receiver in TaxSlayer Bowl loss to Tennessee . . . two receptions for 37 yards vs. Tennessee.

2013 – – Saw action in all 13 games, with six starts . . . third on team in receiving with 24 receptions for 310 yards and one touchdown . . . saw action in 30-27 opening loss to Northern Illinois, recording one reception for three yards . . . saw action in 28-14 win over Missouri State, but had no statistics as offense gained 491 yards total offense . . . saw action in 27-21 win at Iowa State as offense gained 378 yards total offense and rushed for over 200 yards in third straight outing . . . one reception for 25 yards at ISU, giving Iowa first and goal at the ISU 2 and setting up first touchdown of the game . . . first career start at wide receiver came in 59-3 win over Western Michigan as offense gained 446 yards total offense and rushed for over 200 yards in fourth straight game . . . recorded one reception for six yards in win over WMU . . . started at wide receiver in 23-7 win at Minnesota, recording one reception for 11 yards as offense gained 464 yards total offense and rushed for over 200 yards in fifth straight outing . . . started at wide receiver in 26-14 loss to Michigan State . . . recorded career-bests with six receptions for 59 yards vs. MSU, with a long of 36 yards . . . saw action in 34-24 loss at Ohio State, recording two receptions for nine yards . . . started at wide receiver in 17-10 OT win over Northwestern . . . recorded three receptions for 41 yards vs. Northwestern, with a long of 16 yards . . . had 14-yard reception on first down in overtime as Iowa scored only points in overtime period . . . started at wide receiver in 28-9 loss to Wisconsin, recording two receptions for 26 yards . . . started at wide receiver in 38-14 win at Purdue as offense rushed for 318 yards and gained 509 yards total offense . . . two receptions for 33 yards in win at Purdue, with a long of 27 yards . . . saw action in 24-21 win over Michigan as offense gained 407 yards total offense . . . recorded five receptions for career-best 97 yards vs. Michigan, including first career touchdown on 55-yard scoring reception in third period . . . saw action in 38-17 win at Nebraska, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 21-14 Outback Bowl loss to LSU, but had no statistics.

2012 – – Saw action in nine games, recording three receptions for 31 yards . . . saw first action of career in 32-31 loss to Central Michigan, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 31-13 win over Minnesota as offense gained 374 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 19-16 win at Michigan State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 38-14 loss to Penn State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 28-17 loss at Northwestern, recording first career reception for 16 yards . . . saw action in 24-21 loss at Indiana, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 27-24 loss to Purdue, recording two receptions for 15 yards . . . saw action in 42-17 loss at Michigan, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 13-7 loss to Nebraska, but had no statistics.

High school honors – – Participated in USA vs. World All-American game . . . named first team all-conference and all-New England as a senior . . . Career – – Led team to undefeated regular season as a senior before losing in state championship game . . . team Most Valuable Player . . . recorded 16 receptions for 241 yards and five touchdowns in seven games as a senior . . . also had 79 yards on six kickoff returns, with one touchdown . . . rushed 58 times for 555 yards and six touchdowns and completed 17-of-42 pass attempts for 213 yards and two scores . . . recorded 19 tackles on defense, with two interceptions, five pass break-ups, one fumble recovery and one blocked kick . . . also competed for prep basketball team.

Personal – – Born 1/30/93 . . . sport studies interest major . . . parents are Maureen Smith and Denzel Forbes . . . one of two players from Canada on Iowa roster . . . high school coach was Todd Marble.