It was quite the night for Alabama WR DeVonta Smith, who caught three touchdowns in the first half of the College Football Playoff National Championship presented by AT&T against Ohio State.
The Heisman Trophy winner’s first-half stats Monday say it all — 12 receptions for 215 yards and three touchdowns. According to ESPN Stats & Information research, Smith had more TDs and total yards than Ohio State’s entire offense. And he also broke three SEC records.
Naturally, Smith set the Twitter world aflame with his performance during Alabama’s 52-24 win.
Even noted Buckeyes fan LeBron James could only praise Smith:
NFL stars from Patrick Mahomes to J.J. Watt to Michael Thomas and Davante Adams (who is ready to accept anyone misspelling his name if they spell it “DeVonta”) chimed in, too.
Also, let it be known that Smith now joins Adams as the only players in the past 15 seasons with 200 receiving yards and three receiving TDs in three games in a single season, per ESPN Stats & Information research.
Former Bama QB and current Texans backup A.J. McCarron, who had a slew of offensive skill players during his time in Tuscaloosa, also showered Smith with praise.
Adrian Peterson hopped on the pro-Smith train, too:
And of course, former Heisman winner Johnny Manziel added his two cents:
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