Cameron Smith doubled his offer list in the first few weeks this season and the 2015 linebacker is thrilled with how his recruitment is going.
The Granite Bay, Calif., prospect has added offers from Washington State and Wisconsin recently, and many more programs are showing interest in Smith, who helped lead his team to the state championship as a sophomore.
"It was kind of surprising," Smith said. "On Friday, (Wisconsin) sent me about 30 letters and then (Wednesday) they messaged me on Facebook and told me they'd be at my game on Friday.
"(Wisconsin) looks good this year. I saw some stats and their defense is No. 1 in the nation so that caught my eye. I'll definitely start looking more and see how they play after this."
Smith, who previously landed offers from UCLA and San Diego State, has picked up a tremendous amount of interest in recent weeks as well.
The 2015 standout, who finished with more than 100 tackles in his sophomore season, said Alabama, Miami, Notre Dame, Nebraska, Georgia, Tennessee, Auburn, Washington, USC and Oregon are getting more involved.
With all the new programs interested, Smith is excited to see where things go from here. UCLA remains one of the favorites since he has a good relationship with that coaching staff, but it could get much busier moving forward.
"It's gotten a lot more heavy-dose of letters and messages," Smith said. "It's going to start getting fun here."
Adam Gorney is a West Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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