"I've been out with a hamstring injury, but everything has been moving a lot faster for us. Last season was my first year to play Varsity and I learned a lot. I'm ready to get back out there," he said.
Coming off of his sophomore season, Smith has one particular area that he is ready to focus on once he finished the rehabbing process.
"I'm taller than a lot people, but I'm not the strongest, so that is something that I have been working on," he said.
Stony Point head coach Craig Chessher has high expectations for Smith come fall.
"He has phenomenal hands and has put on some weight. He's an old fashioned tight end," said Chessher.
Though he wasn't able to participate in workouts, Smith did have the opportunity to hear from two programs.
While his options are open, there is one SEC program of which Smith grew up a fan.
"I grew up a fan of Texas A&M. A&M is my team; I'm a diehard A&M fan. I just grew up loving them; I love everything about him," he said.
The tight end, who should be back on the field by the end of the month, has plans to attend a number of camps this summer, including the Aggies' camp.
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