The holiday season is a time for giving back, and that's exactly what Tennessee Volunteers offensive lineman Trey Smith
Trey Smith, a sophomore at Tennessee, has been suffering from health problems
Doctors found blood clots in Smith's lungs that have kept him off the field. It's sad that these types of health problems have held this NCAA student-athlete back from playing the game of football. Luckily, he is now doing well enough to be a hero in the local community.
#Vols coach Jeremy Pruitt on Trey Smith’s situation: I’m so thankful our doctors found that when they did. That’s more important than anything that ever happens on a football field. Trey is doing fine. He’s out of the hospital today.— Wes Rucker (@wesrucker247) October 28, 2018
Trey's gesture to the homeless is admirable and amazing. The world could definitely use more people like Trey. This kid is not letting anything hold him back from doing good in the world. Props to Trey and I hope that he can overcome his health issues so that he can stay on the field for the Tennesee Vols.