It's been a big week for St. Xavier High School lineman Wyatt Smock.
The 6-foot-4, 290-pound Smock started the week without a ton of hype but now has four scholarship offers, including one on Thursday afternoon from the University of Louisville.
"This has been a crazy week," Smock told Cardinal Authority. "My hometown school, now I feel like I went from a lineman to a top prospect. It's been pretty crazy, the whole week."
Smock, who performed well on Monday at the Best of the Midwest Combine, picked up an offer from Purdue after the event and said he also has offers from Eastern Kentucky and Murray State.
"I performed well at the camp," Smock said. "So, I think that helped me some. The coaches like my versatility.
"I feel like I am versatile enough to play both sides of the ball and any position on the (offensive) line."
Smock said U of L has shown some interest and he attended a couple of games last season. He was on campus on Thursday afternoon and spent some time with new U of L offensive line coach Mike Summers.
"Coach Summers and I talked and went over schemes," Smock said. "I spent about 40 minutes with him. He's a really good guy and said they wanted to win a national championship and they want to do it with me."
And when he left, Smock left with an offer from U of L.
"It is very cool," said Smock, who said he will attend Junior Day on March 4.