Darren Smallwood

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Darren Smallwood
No. 21 – New Orleans Second Line
Personal information
Born: (1997-08-10)August 10, 1997 (aged 46)
Las Vegas, NV
Height:6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight:225 lb (102 kg)
Career information
High school:Las Vegas High School
College:Beloit College
ISFL Draft:2017 / Round: 7 / Pick: 53
Career history
Roster status:Active
Career highlights and awards
Career NSFL statistics as of Week 17, 2023
Total tackles:11
Fumble recoveries:1
Rushing yards:3715
Rush average:4
Rushing touchdowns:44
Player stats at ISFL.net

Darren "Checkers" Smallwood (born January 10, 1997) is an American football runningback for the New Orleans Second Line of the National Simulation Football League (NSFL). He played college football for Beloit College (BEL) before being drafted by the Yellowknife Wraiths in the 2017 ISFL Draft.

Early years

Smallwood was born in Las Vegas, Nevada, to Avril and James Smallwood. From a young age, Smallwood was often helping his family and hoping to live their dreams as a doctor. Smallwood played baseball and football in college, but was considered mediocre at both.

College career

College career statistics

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Professional career

Darren Smallwood declared as a wide receiver for the draft. After starting off strong in the NSFL preseason, Darren Smallwood became the second wide receiver on the depth chart behind Josh Garden. After playing decently on the team, in a six-game road trip, Darren Smallwood was traded to the San Jose Sabercats for the star wide receiver Bailey Cook. In San Jose, Smallwood eventually found himself smothered on the depth chart before attempting to use his speed and guile to function as the team's wide receiver following the departure of Jordan Yates. As a runningback, Smallwood was decent. After 5 seasons and two contracts in San Jose, Smallwood announced at the start his seventh season that he would be testing free agency, making his announcement one of the most anticipated and followed stories throughout the season. Smallwood would then sign with New Orleans and string together one of the most successful seasons in his first year with the team. Smallwood also holds the impressive accolade of being the NSFL's first ever single game every down back, playing both linebacker and runningback in the same game.

Professional career statistics

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Achievements and records

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