The 2020 Heisman Trophy winner, DeVonta Smith, has appeared in his first Heisman House commercial ad by Nissan.

The ad starts with the fellow wide receiver, Desmond Howard, welcoming Smith at the door, a house filled with quarterbacks, running backs and a lone defender.

"Finally, another wide receiver in the house!"

The "Slim Reaper" may have 40 Nissan Pathfinders to tend to, but at least he'll have the help of his fellow Heisman winners with the bill. Right?

The 40 SUVs pales in comparison to his collegiate touchdowns, though. Smith caught an SEC-record 46 touchdowns over his Crimson Tide career. Smith historic career at Alabama finished up with two epic national championship performances and countless records for his alma mater and the SEC.

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The Heisman Trophy wasn't the only award he packed up for his new residence. Smith also won the Walter Camp, Maxwell, Biletnikoff and Paul Hornung Awards. He was also named the SEC Offensive Player of the Year, Associated Press College Football Player of the Year and Sporting News Player of the Year.

After his historic college career came to a close, Smith joined Jalen Hurts and Landon Dickerson in Philadelphia when the Eagles selected him 10th overall in the 2021 NFL Draft.

Alabama fans can catch a glimpse of Smith Saturday afternoon when he is presented as an honorary captain for the Alabama Crimson Tide just before kickoff against the Miami Hurricanes. Alabama and Miami will take the field against one another for the first time in almost 30 years in Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta at 2:30 p.m. on ABC.

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