Playing multiple positions seems to be the theme for Missouri City (Tex.) Marshall athlete Jeremy Smith.
What's more interesting is the fact that he is still an underclassman.
But that has not stopped a number of college coaches from letting him know that he is a wanted player from a number of college coaches.
"This past season was okay at receiver. But I also played some quarterback too," Smith said. "I have early offers Michigan State and SMU."
The 6-foot-3, 180-pound Smith is being recruited mainly for the receiver position, citing that coaches like his aggressiveness in going for the ball. On top of that, when he has the ball in his hands, he does make plays.
"Coaches like me at receiver and they like the way I go and get the ball. I can make some things happen when I get the ball in my hands," Smith said.
He's not yet made any visits, but said he would like to get out to Big 10 country with programs like Michigan State and Ohio State. Aside from his two offers, Arkansas, Baylor and Michigan are also recruiting him.
For the moment, there are no favorites for Smith.