Tennessee OL Trey Smith knows he has a big decision ahead of him, but it’s not his focus right now. The junior could be NFL bound, but he told reporters Sunday that he’s purely focused on getting the Volunteers a win in the upcoming Gator Bowl.

“Right now I’m more focused on beating Indiana and making sure we have a good game plan,” Smith told reporters, per GoVols247. “I don’t really look down the road too much. Whenever the game’s over, you know, I’ll be able to discuss that a lot more.”

When further pressed, Smith said he has not made a decision on the upcoming NFL Draft.

“I don’t know,” he said. “I’m still going through the process right now. I’m just trying to lay everything out. But mostly right now I’m concerned about Indiana, making sure I do the right thing with zones and pass protection.”

When UT coach Jeremy Pruitt was asked about Smith and the NFL Draft, he acknowledged that the two have talked.

“We have [discussed it], and it’s something that we’ll sit down when this game’s over with and talk about again,” Pruitt said.

Smith, who has dealt with blood-clotting issues, was named SEC Co-Offensive Lineman of the Week following Tennessee’s 20-10 win over Mississippi State in October. PFF also placed Smith on its SEC Offensive Team of the Week after the MSU game.

Smith and the Volunteers wrap up the non-Playoff SEC bowl slate against Indiana on Jan. 2. The game is set for a 7 p.m. ET kickoff and will air on ESPN.