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Brian Smith (American football scout)

Brian Smith
Current position
Title College Scouting Coordinator
Team New England Patriots
Personal information
Place of birth Marathon, Florida
Alma mater Providence College
Team(s) as a coach/administrator




New England Patriots
(Director of Football Operations)
New England Patriots
(Special Assignment Scout)
New England Patriots
(Pro Scout)
New England Patriots
(Assistant Director of College Scouting)
New England Patriots
(College Scouting Coordinator)

Brian Smith (born in Marathon, Florida) is the current American football college scouting coordinator for the New England Patriots of the National Football League. Smith attended Phillips Andover in Andover, Massachusetts, lettering in football. He then played football as a cornerback at Davidson College in Davidson, North Carolina in 2000.[1] He later transferred to Providence College, graduating in 2004. Beginning in 2000, Smith interned with the New England Patriots for head coach Bill Belichick, who also was a Phillips Academy alumnus. Following his graduation, Smith was named the Patriots' director of football operations, a position he held for two seasons. In 2006, Smith served as a special assignment scout. For three seasons, 20072009, he was a pro scout for the team. He was promoted to assistant director of college scouting in 2010.[2] In 2012, he was named college scouting coordinator.

Notes and references

  1. ^ "Davidson Wildcats 2000 Football Roster". Sports Illustrated. 2000-10-10. Retrieved 2010-07-19. 
  2. ^ Reiss, Mike (2010-07-19). "Focusing on changes in personnel dept.". Retrieved 2010-07-19. 

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