DeAngelo Smith has that intangible trait that you just cannot teach at the wide receiver position.
The Camden County standout is as quick as they come and some of the biggest colleges in the southeast are showing some early interest.
"I have heard from every SEC school so far except LSU," Smith told GAVSV.com. "They have all sent me questionnaires and I am filling them out. I should hear from they again soon I think."
And it's not just the SEC that is taking notice.
"I have been contact by FSU, UCF and Boston College, too," Smith said.
These top-flight programs haven't offered yet but that could happen in the near future.
Smith, who stands 6 and 1/2 feet tall and weighs just under 170 pounds, is set to camp at two SEC schools with the hopes of learning and gaining exposure.
"I know I am going to camp at Georgia and Florida," Smith said. "It should be a good trip to both."
The rising senior admits that he does have a few favorites early in the process.
"I really like South Carolina," Smith said. "I like South Carolina because of Steve Spurrier. He's a great coach and it would be good to play for him. I also like FSU, Georgia and Florida. I like all them because they are close to home."
In addition to his quickness on the outside and ability to catch passes at a high level, Smith wants college coaches to know something else about him that they may not know when watching his film.
"I am a leader," he said. "I always try to lead my teammates."
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