Five-star offensive tackle Trey Smith from Jackson, TN (University School Of Jackson) announced Tuesday that he has committed to Tennessee.

Smith is rated as the No. 1 overall player for the class of 2017 by ESPN.

The 6-foot-6, 299-pound prospect chose the Volunteers over Alabama, Ohio State, Clemson, Ole Miss and Notre Dame.

The Volunteers now have 24 commitments for the class of 2017 with the addition of Smith.
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he must not realize those life championships aren't recognized by the ncaa
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Not every player chasers dirty on the field success! Some understand that championships in real life are more important
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He will be a great player for the next UT coach.
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Boom. Congrats UT.
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That's an outstanding pick up for Tennessee. Thius kiud will be a 3 year starter. Tennessee must keep their homegrown talent in state. Well done Vols!
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That could not have been cheap.
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Transfer U
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Let's get a new coach in there so he actually has a chance to be a part of greatness
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What an idiot. Good luck at that dumpster fire.
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I wonder if Tenn. will ever truly be relevant again; they are kind of like Nebraska- teams that kids no longer really identify with...
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