Three-star athlete Devon Smith took an unofficial visit over the weekend. The 5-foot-7, 140-pounder didn't have a visit from the school, but believes one could be coming imminently.
"I went to North Carolina on Saturday, it went well," he said. "I brought two of my highlight tape and the coaches saw them and they are trying to offer me. They told me they'd offer on Monday. I guess I'll have to wait until I get the offer in the mail.
"The coaches thought I was one of the fastest kids they've seen. I looked around the campus a bit with Marvin Austin and it was real nice. I also spent a bit of time with Coach Thigpen. He's really cool."
The visit was Smith's first on campus.
"It was really great. I really like the campus, stadium, crowd and band."
If North Carolina does pull the trigger, how big of an offer would that be for the fastest athlete in the country.
"It would be a big offer," he said. "I would have to talk about it with my coach, but I'm going to visit all those schools that offer me and then take it from there. I'd like to make my decision early by December. I'm not trying to wait.
"I'm going on officials to Penn State for the Illinois game and Eastern Michigan on November 8th. I'm trying to set up dates with Akron and Temple too."
Smith claims no leaders, but said that he felt Temple and Penn State were recruiting him the hardest.
Obviously Smith is looking around. What does he want in a college?
"I'm just looking for a nice campus, somewhere that will be honest with me. I don't want them to tell me I'm going to start. I've got to work for it."
The No. 97 athlete in the country has helped Westlake to a 3-0 record so far this year.
"The season is going really good," he said. "We are beating teams by 30-points. I'm doing my thing. In the first two games I had 200-yards rushing and 100-yards receiving. On Friday I had 145-yards rushing. I already have five touchdowns too."