Cameron Smith just wrapped up his junior season so the next step is to put together his highlight tape - which should be extensive - and send it out to college coaches.
The 2015 linebacker from Granite Bay, Calif., said he should have his film done soon and then hopefully more offers will be on the way.
Not one to take time off, Smith is already back training for a big off-season and one he hopes will be very busy and very productive.
"I'm making my highlight tape probably this weekend and then I know some coaches want to see it," Smith said.
"I've been training a lot this past week. I'm trying to get that weight down to about 225 and then keep going. I want to work my butt off this off-season."
So far, Smith has landed offers from San Diego State, UCLA, Washington State and Wisconsin.
The Bruins have jumped out to an early lead in his recruitment mainly because they have recruited him for so long and he's developed a strong relationship with position coach Jeff Ulbrich.
Washington had shown a lot more interest in Smith but that was before coach Steve Sarkisian bolted for USC so the 2015 recruit is unclear where that stands now. Cal continues to stay involved but has not offered yet and the Granite Bay recruit said Alabama has reached out as well.
Smith said he's excited for his highlight tape to be seen and thinks more offers could come soon.
"That's the hope," Smith said. "That's what I'm hoping."