South Carolina cornerback Cam Smith is one of the top prospects regardless of position as we look ahead to the 2023 NFL Draft. A four-star recruit out of Westwood High School in South Carolina, Smith stayed home to star for the Gamecocks. Over the past three seasons (he redshirted in 2019), Smith has made life difficult for SEC wide receivers due to his physicality and skills on the ball, evident by his career 23 pass defenses and six interceptions. .

Below is a full draft of Smith’s profile, including his scouting report, prospect ranking, career comparison, combined results, college and high school accolades, and overall, nfl panorama.

Note: This profile will be updated as more information becomes available.


  • Age: 22
  • Native city: Blythewood, South Carolina
  • Interesting fact: Allowed multiple receptions in just two of 11 games in 2021

Position: No. 4 CB | In general: no. 19 | Classification: 90.23 (all professionals)

CBS Sports Mock Drafts

  • Ryan Wilson: N/A
  • Chris Trapasso: Jets (No. 13)
  • Josh Edwards: Jaguars (No. 24)
  • Pete Priscus: N/A
  • Brinson: N/A
  • Kyle Stackpole: N/A

Expected preliminary position (via Grinding the Mocks): 34.5 (CB5)

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NFL combine measures/results

Height: 6-1 | Weight: 180 pounds | Arms: 31 5/8″ | Hands: 9 1/8″

  • 40-yard dash: 4.49 seconds (unofficial time of professional day)
  • Long jump: 11 feet, 2 inches
  • vertical jump: 38 inches

NFL Comparison

scan report

Cam Smith is a remarkably aggressive, sticky, ball-magnet outside corner. He’s not an out-of-this-world athlete, but he’s flashy enough to win over most WRs in the NFL. There’s a lot to like about his ball skills and general awareness of him at the receiving point. He has size and length, and plays off a slump as a tackler, which helps him get to the ball more often than others, but also generates more missed tackles. His 2021 film was more disruptive than 2022, but teams stopped targeting him as often. Speed ​​looks good, but it won’t be his specialty. He’s best in a face-to-face press man role in the NFL, where his emphatic nature can really shine. He’s a CB1 type, but not a true elite monster prospect.


  • He found football in coverage amazingly in his career.
  • Sticky Mirror Abilities
  • Disgusting behavior of a true No. 1 cornerback


  • 2021 was better than 2022
  • failed entries in the movie
  • Not a tremendous athlete

university statistics

2022 eleven 27 1.0 5 1
2021 eleven 41 2.5 14 3
2020 8 sixteen 0.0 4 2
2019 3 7 0.0 0 0

university recognitions


  • 2021: All-SEC second team (Associated Press, PFF)

Notable Statistics

  • 2021: 9th in FBS in passes defended per game (1.3)

High school: Westwood (Blythewood, South Carolina)
Class: 2019
Composite classification: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (0.9366)

  • National: 150 | BC: 19 | South Carolina: 2

High School Recognitions: All-American Bowl selection, Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas selection

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