Miami netted another commitment for the 2020 recruiting class when Ocala (FL) Vanguard OL Antonio Smith gave his pledge to Miami.
I’m happy and truly blessed to receive an offer from the U and committed to the University of Miami it’s all bout the U @CoachField @edwinfarmer1974 @Coach_MannyDiaz @ButchBarry #TNM @MiamiHurricanes pic.twitter.com/CUUrUuVNax— tony smith (@antoniosmith74) March 24, 2019
Currently unranked by recruiting services, the 6’3” 277lb Smith hails from the same HS where QB N’Kosi Perry had a record-setting prep career. Smith, who holds offers from Colorado State and Troy, was offered by OL coach Butch Barry at junior day and committed shortly after leaving the event.
Smith plays Right Tackle for Vanguard, and could find a home there or at guard at the college level. Smith has a 77.5 inch wingspan per recruiting event measurements, so he has length and decent height for a lineman, as well.
Smith is the first offensive lineman to join Miami’s 2020 recruiting class. He is the 2nd player to commit on the day, joining South Dade DB Keshawn Washington in that regard, and is the 12th player overall in Miami’s 2020 recruiting class.
For a better look at Smith, check out the HUDL highlights below: