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Ainias Smith has played his final game in maroon and white

Good luck, Subzero!

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: NOV 18 Abilene Christian at Texas A&M Photo by Ken Murray/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Ainias Smith announced on Saturday, that due to a broken finger suffered in Texas A&M’s regular season finale against LSU, he will be unable to play in the Aggies’ bowl game. As such, he has played his final game in an Aggie uniform. Smith is hoping to receive an invite to the Senior Bowl to further his stock for the 2024 NFL Draft.

Smith was a three-star recruit when he committed to Texas A&M as a part of the 2019 recruiting class. He’d go on to be one of the most electric players on A&M’s roster for years to come, both as a receive and as a punt returner.

From his fourth quarter TD catch against Alabama in 2021 to his punt return against Arkansas in 2023, Smith’s A&M career is littered with game-changing moments that Aggie fans will remember fondly for years to come. He ends his career with 4,008 total yards and 25 TDs.

Gig ‘em and good luck, Ainias!