|Ohio State Buckeyes — No. N/A|
|Date of birth:November 26, 1915|
Ohio State (1935)
|Career highlights and awards|
William Inwood Smith (November 26, 1915 – January 15, 1995) was an All-American football player for the Ohio State University Buckeyes in the mid-1930s. A native of New Jersey, he moved with his family to Mansfield, Ohio as a boy. In addition to football, Smith was a competitive swimmer, basketball player, and track and field athlete. At the end of the 1935 college football season, Smith was selected as a first-team All-American by Grantland Rice for Collier's Weekly and by a board of coaches for Pathé News. After graduating from Ohio State, Smith was employed by the Westinghouse Electric Manufacturing Co. in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Cleveland. During World War II, Smith became district supervisor of the Office of Price Administration in Columbus, Ohio.
- ↑ "INWOOD'S 'DEADWOOD' TO MATES ON OHIO ELEVEN, BUT DYNAMITE TO FOES". Mansfield News Journal. 1935-11-06.
- ↑ "INWOOD SMITH ON PATHE ALL-AMERICA". Mansfield News Journal. 1935-12-09.
- ↑ "Inwood Smith Selected For Collier's 'American: Ohio State Guard One of Three Middlewestern Players Honored; Year Termed 'Greatest'". Circleville Herald. 1935-12-12.
- ↑ "FORMER GRID STAR NAMED TO OHIO OPA JOB". Lima News. 1942-06-18.
- ↑ "Smith Appointed State Organizer For Price Office". Mansfield News Journal. 1942-06-18.
- ↑ "Rotarians Elect New Directors". The Times Recorder. 1944-03-15.