Trey Smith out to Prove No. 1 Ranking and Represent His Late Mother, Hometown

Posted by Damon Sayles on May-18-2016 Add Comments

ADDISON, Ill. — When he got the news, Trey Smith was getting some video game time in. He wasn't expecting to hear that he was considered the nation's top-ranked player.

It was a late April afternoon when Smith got the word that he was the No. 1 player in the latest ESPN 300 rankings, a huge honor considering the many other big nam...

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