At 6'10, 220 pounds, Smith is proving to be one of if not the best perimeter defenders in the country. His footwork is impeccable, and he can guard nearly any position on the floor.
Smith's lack of explosiveness limits his ability as a rim protector, but his footwork, strength, and lateral agility make him a nightmare to score on.
Offensively, Smith has an obscene amount of upside. He isn't much of a passer, but his combination of shooting mechanics, size, and release point make him one of the best shooters in the country. Smith proves that he can consistently knock down threes, hit mid-range fadeaways, and attack closeouts.
The main hesitation with Smith's offense is his complete lack of ball-handling. However, Smith can execute a 1-2 dribble pull-up with an occasional spin move thrown in.
However, Smith is clunky in the open court, easily thrown off by a dig from a help defender, and inept with counter dribble moves.
The list of plus-size forwards/wings who turn in high-level ball-handlers is small, but Smith will have to find his way onto it if he wants to turn into a legitimate number one option. However, if he doesn't, Smith can still easily be an elite second option on a contender.