Last Sunday, the 6-foot-2, 200-pound Smith made a return trip to the Derby City to participate in Bobby Petrino's QB/WR camp. With the U of L head coach watching from just a few feet away, Smith performed well, throwing strong passes from both the pocket and on the run.
"I think I did pretty good up there," explained Smith of his time at the program's second annual QB/WR camp. "There were some good receivers up there."
"I don't have one right now and I'm just trying to keep all of my options open," Smith replied when asked about a possible early favorite. "I'm going to take my visits, but it's too early to know where to yet."
While in Louisville, Smith did get a few minutes to visit with a few members of the Cardinal coaching staff, but he said most of his time was spent with other camp attendees.
"I hung out with a few of the players at the camp really - guys like Nick Petrino, Thomas (Durrah), and Robert (Arnheim). I talked with Coach Petrino and my recruiter, Coach Whitt. I also talked to the quarterbacks coach, Coach Brohm. They said that overall they pretty happy with how I did."
Smith passed for 2,005 yards with 18 touchdowns and only two interceptions as a junior, earning Autauga County Player of the Year, All-Metro, All-County and 6A Honorable Mention All-State honors.