And like those three, who ended up playing in the Pac-10, in-state, Smith is getting attention from Pac-12 schools, with two having offered.
"My offers are from UCLA and Washington," said Smith. "And Cal and Arizona State are also recruiting me. Mainly Pac-12 schools are interested right now. Miami is too, but I haven't really looked at schools outside of the Pac-12."
A USC fan growing up, Smith said that Poly's tradition of sending players there was what he noticed.
"They were my favorite school growing up and it was normal for a player from Poly to end up at USC," said Smith. "But now I'm open to whatever school I can make an impact at."
Smith said most schools like him solely as a receiver but cornerback has been brought up, and he's not opposed to that.
"Honestly, whatever gets me on the field fastest, I'll play," said Smith.
Smith doesn't want to make a hasty decision.
"I want to take all five of my visits, narrow some things down, make some decisions and then commit," said Smith.
He'll also be hitting up a number of camps and combines.
"I'll be going to a lot before my senior year," said Smith. "I'm going to try and play with the 1925 All-Stars this year too."
Academically, Smith said he's in fine shape with plans for the SAT in March.
Last fall, Smith caught 23 passes for 597 yards and eight touchdowns.