Huskies running back verbally commits to CSU
Douglas County running back Trey Smith has verbally committed to play football at Colorado State University.
Smith, 6-foot-1, 180 pounds, will be a senior for the Huskies this fall and plans to sign a letter of intent with the Rams on Feb. 6.
He gained 1,732 yards on 203 carries last season, averaging 173.2 yards a game and 8.53 yards per carry. Smith rushed for 17 touchdowns. He caught 16 passes for 213 years and one TD. His versatility was enhanced with 198 yards on kickoff returns during his junior campaign.
Last spring, Smith competed in track for the first time and was fourth in the Class 5A 100-meter dash. He had a best time of 10.6 in the preliminaries.
Smith, who attended a CSU football team camp earlier this year, is also being courted by New Mexico and Wyoming.