NASHVILLE — On Page 73 of the state of Tennessee prep football history book will one day read about Trey Smith and his road grading.
The three-year starter at University School of Jackson served as a team captain this fall. The 6-foot-6, 290-pounder graded out at 95 percent on the offensive front.
He contributed defensively, registering 36 tackles (seven for loss) with two sacks. Those numbers led to Smith's second consecutive Tennessee Titans TSSAA Division II Class A Mr. Football Lineman of the Year award.
The Scout five-star prospect makes his college decision known at the Blankenship Theater on Dec. 6 at 3:30 p.m. Central. The six schools from which Smith will choose are Alabama, Clemson, Mississippi, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Tennessee.
The No. 4-ranked offensive tackle in the 2017 class is fresh off an official visit to Columbus and plans to be fly to Knoxville this weekend. After his declaration, Smith will prepare for the Under Armour All-America Game and then enroll in the school of choice in January.
See Smith detail some of what sticks out about a few of his finalists, the Mr. Football honor and more in the InsideTennessee video above.