CFN: Trey Smith ranks as No. 9 interior OL in college football

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9. OG/OT Trey Smith, Soph. Tennessee

Is he healthy enough? If he is, go ahead and put him higher. Is he going to work at tackle or guard? He was one of the few bright spots for the Vol offense last season as the top blocker, but he was out all spring with a medical problem. Expected to be back, if he is, and if all is well, the 6-6, 320-pound all-star will be the star of the offense no matter where he plays.
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Thoughts? Too high, too low, or about right?
 
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The only reason I'm not breaking out my pitchfork and torch leading a riot is because his health is in question. He MUST be either 1 or 2 if healthy.
 
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Given the question marks, I'm OK with the ranking. While he was a beast last year, he was like a girl that's a 9 standing next to a bunch of 2's.

The sky's the limit for him assuming he gets healthy and gets adequate coaching/development/S&C...
 
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Yes. He is on some sort of medical restriction.
Yea. He is from my hometown and really a kid that you pull for. He is no punk. He is very respectful and losing his mom at such a early age had to have been devastating for him.
I really hope his Medical condition gets cleared up and we can release the beast that is know as Trey Smith
 
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If you watch Trey he blocks his man every time. 1/3 of the blocks are good, 1/3 of the time he drives them completely out of the play and 1/3 of the time he pancakes them. If healthy, No. 1 no question imo.
 

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