The speedster, who has been timed in the 4.3 range in the 40, says that he is having a monster senior season after being injured for a good bit of 2003. "My season is going excellent," Smith says. "We are 5-0. I have 1,300-yards and 20 touchdowns."
Even before Smith racked up those spectacular numbers through his first five games of 2004 he was being heavily recruited, and the senior adds that that hasn't changed. "Recruiting is going well. I am getting recruited by everybody."
The shifty back notes that he has really enjoyed the recruiting process to this point and adds that he does not have a list of favorites for his services. "I guess, getting a chance to meet all of the coaches and everything," Smith says about his favorite part of recruiting. "I don't have any top schools. I am just wide open."
One team that has been interested in Smith for quite a while is Auburn, and Smith says they are certainly still on his radar. "Down there, I am getting recruited by Coach Chizik from Auburn," he says. "They produce a lot of great backs. I see Ronnie Brown and Cadillac. They have a very strong offense. Offensively, they are very good. I haven't met the head coach yet, but they have got a pretty strong program."
"Their offense is great," he adds. "They have two dominant backs back in there. I mean, what more can you ask for out of an offense."
Smith also notes that the fact Auburn has produced so many backs throughout the school's history, and that both Carnell Williams and Brown are will be graduating after this season are positives for the Tigers in his mind.
Smith, who also says he hopes he can make it up to Auburn to check out the Tigers this season, explains that the biggest factor that will help him make his college decision will be the people that are involved with each program.
"There isn't really a main factor, just wherever I want to play I am just going to go," he says. "I mean, you are going to get an education no matter where you are going. Just being around a lot of friendly type people that are cool, basically."