ESPN's No. 1 overall recruit has his eyes set on one school

This five-star has one school in mind.

Five-star offensive tackle Trey Smith (6-foot-6, 299 pounds, Jackson, TN) is the No. 1 overall recruit according to ESPN, and it looks like the young lineman has one school as his favorite.

In an interview with ESPN, Smith said that he expects to visit Tennessee games at least three times this year.

"Most of my visits right now, because of my sister working up there, are to see Tennessee," Smith said. "But I'll be going to the Tennessee-Florida game (Sept. 24), Tennessee-Alabama (Oct. 15), and I think we might go to the Battle at Bristol (Tennessee-Virginia Tech on Saturday) just for the significance of it being the largest college football game ever."

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The Vols appear to be the early favorite for Smith among his finalists, which include Notre Dame, Alabama, Ole Miss, Ohio State, and Clemson. 247Sports gives Tennessee a 100-percent chance at gaining Smith's commitment.