What Crews was referring to is a commitment by Detroit King Ramar Smith to the Tennessee Volunteers. Crews, who will appear on Fox Sports South's "Countdown To Signing Day" this Wednesday, was quite proud of himself and his efforts over the weekend. Scout.com's No. 36 prospect was on campus at Tennessee as the Volunteers hosted Smith.
On Monday morning, a source confirmed the news to Scout.com: Ramar Smith is a Volunteer.
The 6-foot-3 Smith is a four-year starter and the Detroit News describes him as one of the PSL's most dominant players the last 3 seasons. He'll be a Top 50 recruit when Scout.com releases its final rankings in a few weeks.
Smith joins Crews, Wayne Chism and Marques Johnson as Top 100 recruits headed to Knoxville to play for Bruce Pearl next season. The Vols also have guard Josh Tabb out of prep school in the mix and committed to come.
Smith averaged 23.4 points, 6.5 rebounds and 5 assists as a senior for King. He was once committed to Connecticut but the verbal evaporated and he went back on the board with programs like Arkansas and a host of others getting in the mix for his services.