Smith, 5-foot-11, and now a 2010 prospect, scored 27 points to help the City team beat the Suburban team on Saturday evening. Smith was named co-MVP of the event.
"I had a great time," he said. "It was my first time playing inside Madison Square Garden. It was a thrill."
Smith, who will play with the New York City Gauchos in future events this spring and summer, is a dynamic guard that can zip past defenders or knock down a long jumper.
"I'm working on getting stronger, being more consistent with my jumper and making better decisions with the basketball," he said.
The personable Smith is a delight to watch. He has a boatload of energy and plenty of talent to someday make an impact for a high division one basketball program.
Most of these schools have offered a free ride.
"I'm looking forward to playing at South Kent next year," Smith said. "But during the summer it's a chance to work on all parts of your game. I'm only interested in making myself a better all around player. So that's what I'm going to try and do."