Telvin Smith, DS #7 OLB, Florida State Selected:Round 5, Pick 4, Overall Pick 144 by Jaguars
Name:Telvin Smith College:Florida StateNumber: 22 Height: 6-3 Weight: 218 Position:OLBPos2: SS Class/Draft Year:Sr/2014 40 Low: 4.37 40 Time:4.4740 High: 4.58
Projected Round:2-3Stock:High: 2nd/OLB or SS Low: 4th Rated number 7 out of 182 OLB's81 / 2250 TOTAL
Data Scout Notes: 2013: 1stC/2ndM...PButkus...2012: NA...2011: NA
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Draft Scout Telvin Smith News
09/18/17 - LB Telvin Smith was one of the few bright spots for the Jaguars in their loss to Tennessee. Smith led the team with eight tackles and had the Jaguars' only interception. The jubilant Smith celebrated his pick by throwing the ball into the stands once he got to the Jaguars bench area.
09/17/17 - LB Telvin Smith had an interception Sunday, his third in his past five games. Smith also led the team with eight tackles (six solo).
11/28/16 - LB Telvin Smith led the Jaguars with nine tackles on Sunday, followed by Paul Posluszny with six. Both players had two of Jacksonville's 10 tackles for loss in the game against the Bills.
11/17/16 - OLB Telvin Smith was still in Valdosta, Ga., as of Thursday tending to matters related to the shooting death of his brother last Sunday. Head coach Gus Bradley said he wasn't sure if Smith would be available to play on Sunday, that Smith was on a day-to-day basis. "He's had conversations with me, with coaches, so he's staying on top of all the game-planning things, so knowledge-wise he's in good shape. I think it's just the matter of seeing where his mind's at. I think that's the big thing."
11/16/16 - LB Telvin Smith's status for the game is uncertain following the shooting death of his brother in Valdosta, Ga., on Sunday night. Smith was granted a leave of absence from the team to return to his hometown of Valdosta to attend to family matters. The earliest he would join the team would be Thursday, and it may not be until Friday. That would leave his playing status in jeopardy for the Sunday game in Detroit. Smith is a team leader and is second on the team in total tackles, just eight behind team leader Paul Posluszny. If Smith can't play, the Jaguars likely would move rookie Myles Jack to that spot. Smith did receive some good news Wednesday. Jaguars defensive coordinator Todd Wash told local media that Smith had a baby boy earlier in the day.