It has been a surprisingly quiet few weeks for Cameron Smith but things could get busy at any time for the 2015 linebacker who helped lead his Granite Bay, Calif., team to a state championship last season.
UCLA remains the favorite and San Diego State has also offered but Smith camped at USC this summer and even though the Trojans haven't offered yet they continue to stay involved and something could happen this season.
"I haven't really talked to USC lately and I haven't really talked to UCLA," Smith said. "It's kind of been pretty boring as of now.
"(USC) wants to see a couple games. They're going to call the shots from there. That's all they really said is they want to see more game film and then stay in touch and look for an offer toward the end of my junior year."
The 6-foot-3, 240-pound prospect continues to receive recruiting mail from Michigan and Duke and now Arizona State is getting involved as well. The Sun Devils have reached out and definitely have Smith's attention early on.
"It's kind of the same schools except for Arizona State," Smith said. "UCLA sent me another one but I haven't talked to (linebackers coach Jeff) Ulbrich in a little while. I'm going to give him a call soon."
Smith, arguably one of the top linebackers in the 2015 class especially in the West, is planning some unofficial visits either over holiday break or spring break next year.
The Granite Bay standout said he wants to visit LSU, Nebraska, Florida and Miami to get a better understanding of the campus feel. Those trips could change depending on which schools offer through the fall.