Smith current offers including Alabama, Arkansas State, BYU, Cincinnati, Eastern Michigan, Florida, Georgia State, Idaho State, Northern Arizona San Jose State, South Alabama, Texas State, Texas Tech and Utah State.
While those schools have obviously been showing the talented slot receiver a lot of interest, he's also been hearing from several more schools.
"USC has sent 4 coaches to come see me, my coach says they are most likely going to offer and Oregon is doing an evaluation of me," Smith told JCFootball.com recently. "Boise State is very, very interested and I'm visiting them this month on an unofficial and BYU too.
"I'm probably visiting Boise State round the 20th (of May) and I'm going to BYU on the 21st."
One other school wanted to bring him in this summer, but instead they will have to wait and see what happens.
"Oklahoma had an offer for me to play this year, but I can't graduate till December, so they are keeping in touch," Smith said.
Smith redshirted last season, doing his best to get ahead academically.
As a freshman in 2013, Smith totaled 29 receptions for 368 yards and four scores, while working mostly as an outside receiver.
Smith, as he noted earlier, will graduate in December and he will have two years to play two following the 2015 football season.