Modern Stafford Torrey Smith

Torrey Smith

From his days as the Stafford Indians’ versatile star, Torrey Smith has always shone bright. As a quarterback, running back, wide receiver, cornerback, kickoff returner, and punt returner, he was a force to be reckoned with. His journey took an exciting turn in 2011 at the White Oak Fire Station, when he received THE call from the Baltimore Ravens’ GM.
Clay Thompson shared a poignant memory from that night, captured in a photo featuring himself, Torrey, Dennis Guinn, and Chris Cooper. “The night of his draft, moments after selection… What a journey it’s been for such a humble, talented man,” he reminisced.
Torrey Smith went on to etch his name in NFL history, becoming a two-time Super Bowl champion with the Ravens (Super Bowl XLVII) and the Eagles (Super Bowl LII).
Torrey as a Stafford Indian
Torrey at White Oak Fire Department
Super Bowl XLVII with the Baltimore Ravens