It was yet another successful year for JC recruits and the schools that recruited them. Several…
Smith still waiting on first offer
"I played fullback sometimes, which was kinda fun," Smith told JCFootball.com. "I still got my touches and got the chance to make plays."
Even though he was a lead blocker on several occasions, Smith still managed to post 1,100 yards and 13 touchdown using his 4.3 speed to notch eight runs of over 60 yards.
On the recruiting front, Smith, who is an outstanding student, is still waiting on that elusive first offer, but he has the attention of several BCS schools.
"Cal was on me last year, but I haven't heard from them this year much," Smith noted. "I have been hearing from Kansas, Arizona State, Utah and Utah State a lot so they are the main ones talking to me.
"Some of them have talked about a visit, but right now I don't have any set up. I'm hoping to do that after the holidays, but I'm not sure."
Smith is eligible to sign right now and he'll have three years to play two wherever he ends up.
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