Another week, another visit for Roquan Smith. Florida had him on campus last week, Georgia the week before, and now he will head to the west coast.
This week it will be UCLA and USC that have Roquan Smith on their campus.
Smith is a well-traveled young man over the past six months. He has been to schools like Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia among others. Many he has visited at least twice in 2014 alone.
The visits are important to the highly-ranked linebacker out of Montezuma (Ga.) Macon County. He is still a long way from making a decision, but he said in this interview that Clemson, Florida, Georgia, LSU, and UCLA do stand out right now.
Smith talks to Scout about his recent visit to Florida, what schools are recruiting him the hardest, what recruits he talks to on a regular basis, what he will base his decision on, and more.
Smith To Visit UCLA
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