Hunter Smith is an 18-year-old student at Central High School who has been making waves in the football community. In a recent game against Clearfield, he set a new personal record with 191 yards and four touchdowns on the ground, catching three passes for an additional 27 yards and a touchdown. Additionally, he led his team in tackles with 11, had two fumbles, and made five extra point kicks. These impressive statistics helped Central High School to a doubleheader win over Clearfield in the PIAA Class 3A playoffs.
Smith’s athletic prowess extends beyond just football. He has rushed for 977 yards and scored 23 touchdowns throughout the season while also recording 100 tackles. His impressive performance has earned him recognition from his coach, Dave Baker, who praised Smith’s ability to make key plays when it mattered most.
Off the field, Smith is known for his love of statistics as a subject and enjoys watching The Wolf of Wall Street as his favorite movie. He also enjoys chicken and rice as his go-to meal and spending time lifting weights in his free time when he’s not playing sports.
Smith looks forward to continuing his journey towards success both on and off the field. He hopes to attend college someday and earn a degree while living the life he dreams of achieving. Smith cites Neil Walker as one of his biggest inspirations in sports and acknowledges that his family has played a significant role in shaping him into the athlete he is today. His proudest achievement outside of football was winning a state championship in baseball when he was younger.