Jackson’s Sadler Smith Commits to Santa Monica College
Jackson Bronc quarterback Sadler Smith announced on social media that he has committed to continue his football career at Santa Monica College in California.
He led his team to the 3A state championship game in 2021 and for the season, threw for a whopping 3082 yards with 16 touchdown passes. Sadler completed 65% of his passes and threw for 429 yards vs. Pocatello, Idaho, 377 vs. Buffalo, and 349 in the state title game against Cody. Smith rang up over 400 all-purpose yards in all three of those games. Needless to say, Jackson was the #1 ranked passing team in 3A with the #1 offense.
In his junior year, Smith threw for 1973 yards with 16 touchdowns with a 58% completion rate, and as a sophomore, he threw for 1391 yards with 13 TD passes with a 57% completion rate.
Smith was named all-state for three straight years as the Broncs went 25-10 in that time frame.
Santa Monica is a junior college that plays in the California Community College Athletic Association. The Corsairs were 3-6 last season.
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