Former Buffalo Bills player comes home to Smithville Posted in: SportsLifestyle Former Buffalo Bills football player Max Arthur Anderson returned to Smithville to inspire the local football team. Anderson was a 1964 graduate of Mary A. Brown High School, Smithville's former-all black high school. Anderson was a member of the 1963 state champion football team, which was the only team from Bastrop County to win a state championship. While in high school he scored close to 60 touchdowns, including six touchdowns in one game, but official records do not give an exact number. Anderson was recognized on Friday in Smith-ville at the Tigers Pep Rally and later that evening at the football game ...PLEASE LOG IN FOR PREMIUM CONTENT. Our website requires visitors to log in to view the best local news. Not yet a subscriber? Subscribe today!