The trophy case for DeVonta Smith is still filling up.
He has won every award imaginable for his efforts last season at Alabama, but the Crimson Tide legend now adds another honor.
Today, Smith was the winner of the Roy F. Kramer SEC Male Athlete of the Year.
The Louisiana native dominated college football in 2020, posting 1,856 receiving yards with 23 touchdowns on 117 catches. He led all wide receivers for catches, yards, and touchdowns while finishing his career as Alabama’s all-time leading receiver. Smith was selected at No. 10 overall by the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFL Draft and signed a four-year contract worth $20.1 million.
A couple of his former teammates and other supporters of Tide football congratulated him on Twitter.
Malachi Moore, Alabama DB
The Greatest https://t.co/2yMzuS6mdA
— Kinggchi👑 (@malachi_moore13) July 7, 2021
Christian Harris, Alabama LB
— Christian Harris (@Charris_36) July 7, 2021
Matt Caddell, former Alabama WR
— Matt Caddell (@MCaddell11) July 7, 2021
Alabama Football Twitter
2020-21 Roy F. Kramer @SEC Athlete of the Year
— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) July 7, 2021
Chris Stewart, Sportscaster for the Crimson Tide Sports Network
— Chris Stewart (@CStewartSports) July 7, 2021