Smith Garners Massive Interest

Smith Garners Massive Interest

Kyle Smith blew the doors off opposing defenses all season as a junior and nearly led his team to the Pennsylvania Class AA State Championship game. Smith doesn't have a cannon for an arm, however he is a touch passer with good size and mobility that will end up getting plenty of looks from FBS programs over the next several months.

Kyle Smith, a 6-foot-3, 200-pound signal caller from Lancaster Catholic High School in Lancaster, Pa., is searching for his first offer and with the amount of schools checking him out at this point, it sounds like he'll have a good chance to earn a few this spring and summer at camps throughout the nation.

"I went to Rutgers last weekend for junior day and had a great time," Smith stated. "They have awesome facilities and Head Coach Greg Schiano pays great attention to detail in all aspects. He's just a great guy and I would love to be a part of what he and the team are doing there."

"Head Coach Randy Edsall from Connecticut came by the school today and seemed like a very nice guy. He's from this area, so he's very familiar with my school and the teams around us. I'm going to visit there on January 31st for a basketball game."

"Pittsburgh invited me out for junior day on February 14th, so I'll be doing that as well," Smith said. "I camped there in the summer and really like the idea of playing on Heinz Field. They have a great coaching staff and Coach Matt Cavanaugh is an outstanding guy to deal with. I was also really impressed with the weight room and facilities in general."

Smith is also hearing from North Carolina, Virginia, Duke, Maryland, Georgia, Stanford, Florida State, Alabama, Notre Dame, Michigan, Northwestern and Kansas State.

As a junior, he completed 181 of 272 passes for 3193 yards, 42 touchdowns and five interceptions.

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