Two months after he received his first offer from Missouri,
recruitment continues to explode.
The 6-foot-6, 280-pound offensive lineman from South (Olathe, Kan.)
recently received offers from Michigan, Stanford and Ohio State, adding to a growing pool of suitors that also includes Oklahoma, Kansas, South Carolina and others.
According to Smith's father Dave, he has yet to narrow down a list of any favorites, mainly due to the turbulent environment that BCS conferences are experiencing.
"With the changing climate of conference realignments and the BCS potentially changing its format, it is hard for any recruit to narrow their list early in the recruiting process," Dave told MaxPreps.
Just five months ago, Smith was relatively unknown in the recruiting ranks
. He then led Olathe South to a state title, earned All-American honors
and has since become one of the hottest recruits in the class of 2014
Missouri offered in early March, fresh off of inking the top recruit from the class of 2012, Dorial Green-Beckham
Since then, he's posted some eye-popping combine testing numbers that have impressed teams from around the country.
One interesting offer for Smith could be that which he received from TCU. His sister, Megan
, is a member of the Horned Frogs' track and field team, and he took an unofficial visit to Fort Worth earlier this spring.
Smith is the early favorite to be the nation's top offensive lineman from the class of 2014 and will rank among the top recruits regardless of position.
He will likely continue to rack up offers as his highlights continue to make the rounds.