Dual-threat quarterback Bryson Smith is patiently awaiting the chance to do more of what he does best for the University of Houston.

After redshirting as a freshmen in 2017, Smith has found all sorts of ways to contribute to the Cougars’ cause this season. Thus far, Smith has rushed nine times, caught 11 passes and thrown three others, all while also returning punts and playing on special teams.

The No. 20 quarterback coming out of John Tyler High, Smith was a three-star recruit by ESPN, Rivals, Scout and 247Sports.   

Smith was also the No.7 rated athlete in Texas by Scout and No. 45 nationally. As a senior at John Tyler, Smith accounted for nearly 5,000 yards overall, throwing for 3,277 yards and 32 touchdowns and rushing for 1,653 yards and 23 more scores.  

Smith finished his high school career with 5,705 passing yards and 52 touchdowns and 3,100 rushing yards and 44 touchdowns.

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