Can Tennessee keep Jackson's Trey Smith home?

It's hard not to root for Trey Smith. Not only is the Scout four-star prospect one of the elite offensive tackles in the 2017 class, but he is a classy young man with a firm handshake. See what Smith said about his considering being a Tennessee Volunteer.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Trey Smith is one of the most coveted junior offensive tackles in the nation.

The Scout 300 member had a decorated junior season from qualifying for The Opening finals to accumulating a double-digit number of scholarship offers to leading his high school team to the TSSAA Division II Class A state semifinals to winning a Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Lineman of the Year award.

The University School of Jackson blocker ranks by Scout as the No. 57 player in the 2017 class and the No. 7 offensive tackle in the nation.

The 6-foot-5, 292-pounder piled up a most impressive 138 pancake blocks in 13 games in 2015. Defensively, Smith had 31 tackles (14 solo), six tackles for loss, forced three fumbles and a sack.

See more from Smith as he discusses his relationshp with Tennessee offensive line coach Don Mahoney, what he got out of seeing the Volunteers play twice in person this fall and more by viewing the InsideTennessee video.

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