Steve Smith is Superman. Plain and simple. There's no team in the NFL that wouldn't want a talent like Smitty.
Smith is a very special player with his own place in Carolina Panthers history and Panthers fans' hearts.
At 5'9", Smith is one of the smallest receivers in the league, but don't let his size fool you. He has the heart of a lion, and he's as fast and ferocious as a panther.
This cat knows how to use and control his body and feet, and has great hands.
In 2001, the Panthers drafted Smith in the third round with the 77th overall pick.
Fun Fact: A Sports Illustrated draft export said that Panther's wasted their third round pick on a punt returner.
In his time as a Panther, Smith has amassed 509 catches for 7,348 yards, at an average of 14.4 yards after catch. He has scored 43 touchdowns, and has 30-100+ yard games on his resume.
Smith has also been used as a ball carrier. He has 42 carries for 273 yards; an average of 6.5 yards per carry and two touchdowns.
Out of the 106 games that Smith has played in, he has been the starting receiver in 85 times.