TreSean Smith has been to the University of Louisville campus a bunch of times, including just a week before when he made an unofficial visit to the campus to help the staff recruit some other prospects.
But last weekend, the Cincinnati LaSalle standout was on his official visit to U of L.
The 6-foot-3, 180-pound Smith said the official visit went "just great" and he confirmed that he's 100 percent committed to the Cardinals and will sign his letter-of-intent on Feb. 1.
"It was all pretty cool," Smith said. "This weekend for me was more about trying to build a bond with the commits that were also there on the visit, trying to build a relationship with those guys.
"We had a lot of commits there this weekend and we got to spend a lot of time together."
Smith was one of 10 current commitments on campus for their official visits.
After leading LaSalle to back-to-back state titles, Smith played on both sides of the ball but expects to play defense in college. He said the U of L staff has told him there's a chance for early playing time.
"They told me I needed to study my playbook and come in with the mindset that I'm not a regular freshman," Smith said. "They want me to come in and be able to make some plays.
"I just can't wait to get there and get going."