Caleb Smith said he has no favorites but the Renton (Wash.) Kentridge tight end sure sounds high on Boise State and he plans to camp with the Broncos along with many other teams this summer.
"I don't have any favorites at this point but I always wanted to go to Boise State," Smith said.
"It's a smaller town compared to some college towns like Seattle with UW. It's a nice football atmosphere over there and they always have a great program and a great coaching staff. They always seem to pick out the best of the best and I want to play at a place like that."
Things on the recruiting front have been slow for Smith, who said schools from across the Pac-10 have shown interest but he still doesn't have any offers as basketball season winds down.
Smith was one of the top tight ends at the U.S. Army National Combine so that could help his recruitment moving forward.
"Recruiting has been kind of slow lately," Smith said. "I've been busy with basketball so I haven't been able to get out too much. I've been getting mail from a few schools and I'm signing up for camps coming up in the spring.
"It's a little frustrating but I'm trying to be patient with it."
A busy spring and summer schedule could help Smith, who finished with a team-high four touchdown catches in his junior season.
The Washington tight end plans to compete in the Badger Sports 7-on-7 event in Las Vegas later this month, attend the Eugene and Seattle NIKE Camps and go to summer camps at Washington, Washington State and Boise State and also try to work out at Oregon as well.
Big camp showings will be important for Smith to pick up some offers.
"I'm looking forward to it," Smith said. "They're really important to me. I think this is where most of the recruiting is going to happen. This is where it's going to start for the next year. I want to go out and show people what I can do."