Tre’Quan Smith was once the best downfield receiver in college football. Could a different quarterback unlock his full potential?

Tre'Quan Smith didn't go from a three-star recruit to a third-round pick running curls. If someone wanted to argue that the wide receiver emerged as the best downfield threat in college football in 2017, the season before he entered the draft, they'd have the numbers to back it up. Smith averaged 13.8 yards per target that season, leading all college football players.

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