Kansas WR adds new offer

Garden City, Kan., three-star receiver Brodrick Smith has landed his third major scholarship offer. The 6-foot-3, 200-pound receiver already had offers from Kansas State and Wyoming, but he's now added Colorado State to his list.
"I just talked to Dave Arnold at Colorado State, and he said they were offering me a full scholarship," Smith said.
"I was pretty excited to hear about that. Colorado State has been recruiting me really hard, too. They said they'll call me back early next week after their game against Cal to line up an official visit. I'm going to probably go out there to check it out."

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Smith did recently take an unofficial visit to Kansas. The state of Kansas' No. 5 player said he had a great time and really enjoyed getting to meet coach Mark Mangino and tight end coach Brandon Blaney.
"It was better than I thought it would be," Smith said. "The coaches were really nice, and I liked the game setting. I really like coach Blaney. He's a really fun coach to talk to. I could see myself playing for a coach like that.
"I saw Chris Harper there for a second. I told him 'what's up.' I definitely had a good time, but they still haven't offered me. If they don't offer me here in the next month, then I'll probably move on and look only in the schools that have offered me."
Smith has listed K-State, the school that first offered him, as his leader for quite some time. After his visit to Lawrence, has that changed?
"No, it's not," Smith said. "I still really like K-State. I'm not going to get to go up for a game until they play KU because I work on most Saturdays, but that's something I look forward to."
Smith said Missouri also sent him some mail for the first time this week. He said he would be interested in the Tigers, too, if they started to show more interest in him.