When the Niners signed Torrey Smith to a five-year deal last offseason, general manager Trent Baalke pointed to the wideout's outstanding reputation in the community as one of the reasons the club felt comfortable offering a long-term contract.
"There's not one person that has a negative thing to say about Torrey Smith," Baalke said at the time.
A year later and Smith has certainly lived up to his billing. Since this February alone, the wide receiver has hosted a charity basketball game, delivered supplies to fight the Flint water crisis and donated money to flash-fund school programs in east Baltimore.
This past weekend, Smith was at it again. The 27-year-old, along with his wife, son and nephew, participated in Pawject Runway – a fashion show featuring dogs and cats available for adoption.
All proceeds from the event went to benefit the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter. Check out photos from the show below.