Height- 6’2 ½”

Weight- 190lbs

40 yard dash- 4.58

Bench/Squat- 245LB Bench Squat- did not test



Hometown- Cincinnati, Ohio

High School/Junior College- La Salle High School

Age- 17

Accolades- 2nd Team All-GCL, 2015 Fall All Star Team

Twitter- @Tre11Smith


Ranking: – 48th national, 8th Midwest, 3rd in Ohio

247 – 3 star

Rivals – 3 star


Q & A:

What position were you recruited to play?



What do you see as your best attribute as a football player?

Football IQ


Who recruited you and why did you choose UofL?

Chris Klenakis

  • The city of Louisville is great all around. The campus was amazing along with the coaching staff there. I truly believe that we are building the next big thing here. The coaching staff all are about business and knows what it takes to win football games. The fans of Louisville also showed major love and made me feel like I was already a part of the family


What should we know about who you are off the football field (family, achievements, talents, hobbies, etc.)?

  • I actually used to be a basketball player and thought that would be my path I would take until I got to high school and realized how much more of an athlete I was on the football field.
  • Growing up all I played was QB until middle school I played both sides and when I got to high school I got moved to wide receiver freshman year. Junior year got moved to safety


What do you plan on majoring in and what are your long term career goals?

  • I plan to go into a major in Nursing, maybe in the Associates of Science area then go along the path to get a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing.
  • After wherever football takes me, I plan to work in a hospital of some sort hopefully moving my way up to the title of Doctor.


What is your favorite?

Food- Chicken

Movie- Purge: Election Year

Song- Dreams and Nightmares – Meek Mill

Professional Athlete- LeBron James





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