Owasso, Okla. quarterback Paul Smith is ready for his senior season.
"I'm getting more and more ready for this fall," Smith said. "After the last two seasons, things are looking good for next year."
The last two seasons have been very good to Smith. As a sophomore he threw for over 3,000 yards and 27 scores. His junior campaign brought nearly 2,700 yards and 21 more touchdowns.
"I'm getting closer to the all-time record for passing yards in Oklahoma," the 6-foot-3, 181-pounder said. "I'm within 1,200 yards or so. If I have another season like the last two, I'll get there. It'd be nice, but that isn't what is driving me."
Putting forth a product that could lead to a college scholarship might be though.
"I've kind of gotten my name out there some for scouts," Smith said. "I just need to play as well as I can to keep it out there. And having another good season will help me do that."
The schools that have been in pursuit of the Oklahoma prepster is a group of good schools on the football field.
"I've had interest from Texas Tech, Texas A&M, Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado and Baylor."