2017-18 Football
1 Domenique Williams DB
2 Kaman Cooper DB
3 Dontavius Monroe RB
3 Thomas Henderson DB
4 Vincent Lowe WR
5 Keanu James DB
6 Jajuan Stinson RB
7 Austin Herink QB
8 Tyrique Sandusky QB
8 River Boruff LB
9 Drake Powell WR
10 Austin Gatewood LB
11 Trey Quillin LB
12 Dylan Wieger QB
12 Cameron Butler DB
13 Jeremy Lewis DB
14 Keith Coffee WR
14 Tyree Robinson DB
15 Falon Lee RB
16 Conner Johnson WR
16 Ja'Vonte Williams DB
17 Quan Harrison RB
18 Malik Styles WR
18 Tyrik Stewart DB
19 Nick Sexton QB
20 Andrew Heyward WR
21 Jack Shoulders WR
22 Zack Yancey LB
23 Quay Holmes RB
23 Charlie Jackson DB
24 Alonzo Francois LB
25 Daren Ardis DB
26 Artevius Smith DB
26 Austin Hicks LB
27 Matt Thompson RB
27 Zayquan Gillespie DB
28 Kashif Warren WR
28 Tyler Richardson DB
29 Jevon Gooden LB
30 Cory Colder RB
31 Paul Hunter DB
32 JD Griffin LB
33 Tony Mitchell DB
35 Christian Gibson LB
35 Nick Payne DB
36 Blake Rodgers RB
36 Donovan Swinger LB
38 Paul Miller WR
38 Karon Delince DB
39 Stephen Antonelli TE
40 Dylan Weigel LB
41 Tre Gowen III RB
41 Chris Ross LB
42 Evan Wick TE
42 Brandon McCray DB
43 Hunter Thomas RB
43 Titus Tucker DB
43 Austin Howard LB
44 Jack Jones LB
45 Nasir Player DL
46 Marion Watson K/P
47 Jibrell Jackson FB
47 Bryce Suber DB
48 Haddon Hill FB
49 Jason Maduafokwa DL
50 Trejuan Purty DL
51 Austin Rowan DL
52 Spencer Brien LB
53 Chei Hill DE/LB
54 Colton Lakes LB
55 Devon Johnson DL
56 Adam Mullins LS
57 Matt Pyke OL
58 Greg McCloud OL
59 Tre'mond Shorts OL
60 Asley Haynes OL
61 Isaiah Jones OL
62 Mason McNutt OL
63 Dakota Finger DL
64 Chris Stine DL
65 Ben Blackmon OL
66 Dadley Louis OL
67 Myles Smith OL
68 Michael Scates OL
69 Sammy Hall OL
70 Alex Rios OL
71 Dustin Nickle LS
72 Eddie Gajardo OL
73 Myles Taylor OL
74 Robert Murphy DL
75 Patrick McFall OL
76 Cody Cornelius OL
77 Garrett Curtis OL
78 Kevin McConnell OL
79 Cameron Parker OL
80 Hunter Wike WR
81 Adam Mitchell TE
81 Drae Butts WR
82 Caleb Woody WR
83 Joe DeFatta K/P
83 Merrick Mullins WR
84 Justin Gilliam TE
85 JJ Jerman K/P
86 Kobe Kelley WR
87 Dylan Dockery TE
88 Braxton Richburg WR
89 Anthony Spagnoletti WR
91 Chris Bouyer DL
92 Joe Pittman LB
93 Keilend Clayton DL
94 Olajuwon Pinkelton DL
96 Landon Kunak K/P
97 Tremond Ferrell DL
98 Miles Manigault DL
99 Blake Bockrath LB
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Artevius Smith

#26 Artevius Smith

HT. 5-10
WT. 172
YR. RFr.
HOMETOWN Birmingham, Ala.

2019 (R-Senior): Captured three All-American honors for the first time in his career: AP FCS All-American Second Team, STATS FCS All-American Second Team and the Phil Steele All-American Third Team…Named as a Buck Buchanan Award Finalist … Tabbed to both the Coaches and Media All-SoCon First Team … Twice named SoCon Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 30 & Oct. 28) … Appeared and started in all 12 games as a senior … Turned in a career performance as a senior, finishing the season with a team-best 89 tackles, as well as a team-high 62 solo tackles … Pulled in a career-best and Southern Conference-best five interceptions … Also forced two fumbles on the season, the only two forced fumbles in his career … Ranked 11th in the SoCon in tackles per game (7.4) and fourth in the league in passes defended per game (0.83) … Recorded a career-best 11 tackles three times on the season, including the season opener at Appalachian State and a pair of conference games (Samford & WCU) … Had a string of three consecutive games with an interception, beginning with the game-clinching interception in ETSU’s 20-14 win over Austin Peay … Tallied one interception and one forced fumble at Furman (Sept. 28) … Forced at least one turnover in six of the 12 games played, all six coming in a span of eight games … Led the Bucs in tackles in seven of the 12 games.

2018 (R-Junior): Named to the SoCon Honor Roll … Named SoCon Defensive Player of the Week (Nov. 5) … Appeared in all 12 games for the Bucs, garnering seven starts on the season … Finished the season with a career-high 30 tackles, including 14 solo tackles … Brought down two interceptions at Mercer on Nov. 3 … Tallied a season-high six tackles each against Mercer and Jacksonville State (Nov. 24) … Totaled a career-best five solo tackles vs. Furman (Sept. 22) … Returned one kickoff for 16 yards at VMI (Sept. 14).

2017 (R-Sophomore): Played in nine games for the Bucs, primarily used on special teams … Posted tackles in five of the nine games – vs. Limestone, at No. 1 James Madison, at Western Carolina, vs. No. 8 Wofford and vs. VMI … Had a 14-yard kickoff return at No. 1 James Madison on Sept. 9.

2016 (R-Freshman): Played in 10 games, making three starts for the Buccaneers … Made collegiate debut in ETSU’s season-opening win over Kennesaw State on Sept. 3, while picking up his first start at Wofford on Sept. 24 … Finished the season with four receptions for 35 yards, nine rushes for 57 yards and had five kickoff returns for 90 yards … Collected his first collegiate rush and kickoff return against Wofford … Posted his first collegiate reception against Chattanooga (Oct. 1) … Had two rushes for 31 yards, including a career-long 24-yard run in the win over Cumberland on Nov. 12 … Two receptions for 16 yards at Mercer (Nov. 5) … Finished with 10 special teams tackles on the season … Three tackles at Mercer and two in the win over West Virginia Wesleyan on Oct. 20 … Named Bowman Jewelers Special Teams Player of the Game against West Virginia Wesleyan and Mercer.

2015 (Freshman): Redshirted as a true freshman.

High School: Multi-sport athlete as he lettered in football and track & field at Clay-Chalkville High School … Primarily a cornerback for the Cougars … Recorded 706 rushing yards and nine touchdowns in only four games as the starting running back for Clay-Chalkville … Helped guide Clay-Chalkville to the 2014 6A State Championship … Cougars finished with a perfect 15-0 record … Named Fox 6 Sideline Player of the Week and Blitz Player of the Week … Two-time first team all-state performer in track (long jump).

Personal: Son of Ardella Smith … Born June 26, 1997 … Majoring in physical education/exercise science.