Cameron Smith has not landed any new offers recently but two SEC programs continue to reach out to the four-star linebacker.
The Granite Bay, Calif., standout said the Tennessee coaching staff is highly interested in him and they want him to visit Knoxville for summer camp.
Alabama continues to reach out and he could visit Tuscaloosa over spring break but nothing has been decided yet.
"It's still kind of slow," Smith said. "I talked to the Tennessee coach and he said they were really interested and they want to see me at camp. I'd like to go visit during that time.
"I was supposed to go to Alabama over spring break but we'll see how that plays out. I don't know if that's going to happen."
The 6-foot-2, 240-pound four-star inside linebacker looked good again at the Passing Down Elite 7on7 SoCal Regional this past weekend and teams across the country remain interested in him. He was the linebacker MVP at the RCS Northern California.
So far, Smith lists offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Colorado, Louisville, Oregon, San Diego State, UCLA, USC, Washington, Washington State and Wisconsin.
Other than going to The Opening and some other camps, Smith does not have any summer plans yet as the recruiting process continues.
USC is still considered the leader in his recruitment but Oregon, UCLA and others cannot be counted out - especially if some of those SEC offers come in.
As for a decision, the Granite Bay standout said it should probably come during his senior season.
"I'll probably do it mid-season," Smith said.