Trey Smith to the Chiefs is a steal the NFL shouldn’t have let happen

Trey Smith to the Chiefs is a steal the NFL shouldn’t have let happen

In spite of being an all-conference entertainer two times in this SEC career, Smith was straight up not having an excellent time after day two of the 2021 NFL Draft reached its completion. While there is an opportunity Smith is just a person in the NFL, there was no earthly reason he required to be on the draft board into the 200s. Smith joins a revamped offensive line that includes deals with Joe Thuney and Orlando Brown Jr., guard Kyle Long and fellow draft schoolmate Creed Humphrey out of Oklahoma.

Smith signs up with a revamped offending line that includes takes on Joe Thuney and Orlando Brown Jr., guard Kyle Long and fellow draft classmate Creed Humphrey out of Oklahoma. What was a weak point for the defending AFC champions may now be a strength. Kansas City will benefit from getting a fired-up Smith who feels he was slept on by all the teams who handed down him this year.
Smith has the chance to be the guy if an offending guard is ever going to be the steal of the draft.

Regardless of being an all-conference entertainer two times in this SEC career, Smith was straight up not having fun after day two of the 2021 NFL Draft reached its completion. He sent out a really threatening tweet to all the groups who ended up passing on him. Fate would have it that his draft slide would end by the best group who could perhaps select him up preparing him in Kansas City.
I could be absolutely incorrect here, but this seems like the biggest steal of the whole 2021 NFL Draft.
Kansas City Chiefs draft Tennessee football phenom Trey Smith at No. 226.
While there is an opportunity Smith is just a man in the NFL, there was no earthly factor he required to be on the draft board into the 200s. Yes, he plays the most ignored position on the field in guard. And even though Tennessee is coming off an entirely rancid season, Smith was probably the Vols best player in 2015. He dominated versus top-tier SEC competitors, and now he is a Chief.

Trey Smith, Tennessee Volunteers. (Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports).
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Tennessee football star Trey Smith was finally prepared by the Kansas City Chiefs at No. 226.
After having to wait far too long to hear his name called, previous Tennessee football standout offending lineman Trey Smith will be making his way to the Kansas City Chiefs as the No. 226 general selection in 2021.