"I think it's been going pretty well," Smith said of his play this spring. "I've been playing against pretty strong competition. I've been measuring myself against those guys. I think it's going pretty well."
"I've played pretty good," he added. "I've been playing up to what I expected."
While Team Loaded is Smith's main team, he spent this past weekend playing for the Nike sponsored Team United at the Dallas EYBL.
"I got to try and fit in with this team because it's not my team," Smith told Scout.com. "I got to get in where I fit in."
Smith appeared to be fitting in just fine. Through four games, he averaged 12 points and tossed out 5.5 assists. A fast and athletic guard, Smith was tough for defenders to keep out of the lane. Once in the paint he's a strong finisher with terrific body control.
Smith said his college recruitment has gained some steam since the live weekend at the end of April.
"It's starting to pick up a lot actually with Arizona, Louisville and then Kansas just offered," Smith said. "It's starting to pick up."
To go with Arizona and Louisville in the showing interest category, Smith listed Duke and has also heard from North Carolina. North Carolina State, VCU, Charlotte are among the schools that have offered.
"I'm going with the flow right now," Smith said. "I won't start narrowing down schools until next year."
Smith said he's taken unofficial visits to Duke, North Carolina State and VCU.