Greg Smith
Greg  Smith

Fresno, Calif.

High School:
Westwind Academy



George, Alston Named in ESPN's Top 10 MW Pros

Two former Bulldog men's basketball players were included in ESPN writer Jason King's Top 10 list of NBA professionals that are products of Mountain West programs.


Bulldogs host Seattle University

MBK vs Seattle University


Men's Basketball host Idaho

mbk vs idaho


Men's Basketball opens WAC play

MBK vs San Jose


AP Photos: Fresno State at No. 24 BYU

AP Photos: Fresno State at No. 24 BYU


WAC Battle at the Save Mart Center

MBK vs Nevada

Greg Smith: Career Statistics

Minutes Total 3-Point F-Throws Rebounds
Year gp-gs min avg fg fga pct fg fga pct ft fta pct off def tot avg pf fo ast t/o blk stl pts avg
2009-10 33-33 913 27.7 148 257 .576 0 0 .000 85 145 .586 76 116 192 5.8 99 1 40 69 40 27 381 11.5
TOTAL 33-33 913 27.7 148 257 .576 0 0 .000 85 145 .586 76 116 192 5.8 99 1 40 69 40 27 381 11.5

• 2009-10 WAC Freshman of the Year (WAC Head Coaches)
• 2009-10 WAC Freshman of the Year (NetScouts Basketball LLC)
• 2009-10 Freshman All-American (
• Student-Athlete of the Week (Nov. 9-15, 2009)

Fresno State
2009-10 Virtual Team Guide: Greg Smith (Profile)
2009-10 (Freshman): As one the nation's premier freshmen, he dominated the frontcourt and solidified his powerful presence as the only Bulldog starter in all 33 games ... he earned 2009-10 WAC Freshman of the Year and Freshman All-American ( honors ... ranked as one of the top 12 overall in field goal percentage and the NCAA's 50th highest scoring freshman ... during his inaugural Bulldog campaign, he averaged 11.5 points, 5.8 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 1.2 blocks per game while converting 58 percent of his field goal attempts (148-257), the seventh-best single-season performance in program history ... led team with four double-doubles (Nov. 13, Nov. 19, Nov. 23 and Jan. 23), including three of his first four collegiate contests with the other lifting the Bulldogs to a key 87-77 victory over Nevada ... on the season, finished third in the WAC in field goal percentage (148-257, 57.6%), eighth in the WAC in blocked shots (40) and blocked shots per game (1.21), ninth in the WAC in offensive rebounds (76) and offensive rebounds per game (2.3), and 15th in the WAC in rebounds per game (5.8) ... in the final WAC-only regular season rankings, finished ninth in field goal percentage (69-130, 53.1%), offensive rebounds (39) and offensive rebounds per game (2.4), 13th in steals (16) and steals per game (1.0), and 15th in blocked shots (9) and blocked shots per game (0.6) ... recorded career-high 25 points and grabbed a career-best 11 rebounds to power the win over Nevada on Jan. 23, 2010 ... scored at least 20 points in three games and reached double-digits in 20 contests.

Westwind Academy: During his senior season, he averaged 26 points, 14.4 rebounds, six blocks, four assists and three steals per game ... earned All-Arizona state honors ... nominated for McDonald's All-American team.

Edison HS: During his junior season, he averaged 22 points, 15 rebounds, five assists and five blocks per game ... scored 35 points in one game ... named 2009 Central Valley Fresno Bee Player of the Year ... led Tigers to section Division I championship and advanced to Southern California Regional.

Personal: Born Jan. 8, 1991 in Vallejo, Calif. ... mother is Cheryl Duckworth ... has one older sister, Ashely, and one younger brother, Divante ... his uncle, Steve Shelley, was a Fresno State wide-receiver two-year football letterwinner (1988-89) and signed with the San Diego Chargers in 1990 ... enjoys playing basketball and video games, eating, sleeping and texting ... favorite athlete is Lebron James because he has drive and is the next behind Michael Jordan ... biggest athletic thrill is dunking on people ... most admires his mother because she taught him to never give up ... chose to attend Fresno State because of his family connection and it is his favorite school ... also recruited by Arizona, California, Florida, Kansas, Kansas State, UCLA and USC.

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