TJ Smith Shines at College Summer Camps
June 10, 2017 MIAMI, FL. –
For the second summer in a row, T.J. Smith earns MVP Honors. The 6-1 175lb, 2019 Pro-Style Quarterback out of South Broward High School (Hollywood, FL) was nothing less than impressive at the Butch Davis FIU Football Camp on Saturday. In 2016, Smith walked away with similar MVP Honors at the Purdue
Boilermaker Quarterback Camp. Smith was among 125 quarterbacks from across the country and was awarded MVP Honors.
[Earning MVP Honors] means a lot. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience as well as journey. Being able to get the MVP, all glory goes to God with that,” says Smith.
His stellar showing at the FIU camp kicks off what is sure to be an impressive 2017 summer camp circuit. With FIU MVP honors behind him, Smith who has already camped at FAU and has upcoming camp dates at Miami, UNC, USF, and Western Kentucky, including a local camp at Nova Southeastern, where he will have an opportunity to showcase his talents in front of dozens of Power 5 Football Programs, featuring Ohio State, Syracuse, Rutgers, Maryland, USF, UCF, Boston College and Arizona, expect to see his stock rise heading into the 2017 season.
Also earning FIU MVP Honors was Smith’s Teammate and rising 2019 wide-receiver prospect Jermaine Hart (5-11, 165).
2016 Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nd3-R-PSSCA&feature=youtu.be