Three-star safety moves back decision

Warminster (Pa.) Archbishop Wood Catholic safety Nate Smith was set to decide on Sept. 7. However, the decision has been moved back, what's the latest with the 5-foot-11, 175-pounder now?
"Our teachers were on strike and so our first day of school is today basically," he said. "So, I'm either deciding this week or next week now.
"It's still the same schools, West Virginia, Michigan State, South Carolina, Temple and Toledo."

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Smith noted no visits have occurred since the start of the season and he has yet to set up officials either.
So, what's he looking for as he preps a decision?
"I've got to play when I get there and then it's the education, what you're majoring in."
On the season, Smith has stepped up big in the past two games.
"It's going really great," he said. "Our second game of the season I had five catches for 218-yards and two touchdowns. The other game, I had one catch for 20-yards and a touchdown, a 75-yard punt return for a touchdown, an interception, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery."
Clearly there is a difference this season.
"It's definitely my speed, my strength and my hand eye coordination," he said. "Some people say I'm all hype, but I'm playing up to the competition."