Louisville commitment TreSean Smith stars as Cincinnati LaSalle won a third straight state title in Ohio on Thursday

University of Louisville football commitment TreSean Smith had two touchdowns and an interception to help lead Cincinnati LaSalle to a 14-7 win in the Ohio Division II state championship game on Thursday night.

University of Louisville football commitment TreSean Smith has won another state title.

Smith, who has been committed to the Cardinals since June, helped Cincinnati LaSalle to a 14-7 victory over Massillon Perry in the Ohio Division II state championship game on Thursday night.

The 6-foot-3, 180-pound Smith was the star of the show.

Smith - who was playing quarterback - ran for 127 yards and two touchdowns on offense and also had an interception on defense for the Lancers. It was the third straight state title for LaSalle.

While he's committed to U of L, Smith is getting a ton of college interest. He was recently offered Notre Dame - and made a visit - and Virginia Tech but he made a visit to Louisville last week for the game against Kentucky.

"I'm actually really solid on Louisville," Smith said. "The schools that offer I am at least going to take a look at them. If my parents want to make a trip or something, I might check it out. But that's still up in the air because I really like Louisville.

"So, yeah I am solid with Louisville."

Smith said he has kept in close contact with the Louisville football staff and notes the Cardinals' coaches have told him there's an opportunity to come in and play right away. He's expecting to play safety at the next level.

"Oh yeah, there's no doubt," Smith said. "I want to come in right away and be able to play. The coaches have said there's a chance and I want to be able to come in and compete for time."

Smith made the short trip down for two games this season after spending time last summer at U of L's camp and also participating in the Friday Night Lights Camp in July. He's been on campus more than six times.

"I like it there a lot," he said. "I like watching the guys and watching the defense, learning as I am watching. I like to see how they take the coaches and how the coaches do in certain situations."


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