Smith attracting high-majors

Harrison Smith, the 6-foot-3, 185-pound shooting guard from Jones High School in Houston, Texas., has seen the number of schools involved in his recruitment greatly increase throughout the past couple of months. Some of the nation's most prestigious colleges are currently recruiting the No. 44 ranked player in the class of 2006.
While the number of schools interested in Smith continues to grow, the No. 10 ranked shooting guard in the class of 2006 is currently interested in the likes of Arkansas, Boston College, Connecticut, Kansas, Kansas State, Miami-FL, Texas, Texas A&M, UNLV, Wake Forest and Louisiana-Lafayette.
"This is an exciting time for all of us," said Brian Smith, the father of Harrison Smith. "Harrison is receiving a great deal of interest from Connecticut, Boston College, Wake Forest, Texas A&M and others.
"Harrison played extremely well this past weekend at the Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions, so I think a lot of schools will take notice of his performance," he added. "A lot of schools are interested in my son right now, but we are going to take our time with the process and see how things turnout.
Scouting Report: Smith is a physically strong and athletic guard who specializes in getting to the basket. He can also shoot it from the outside and has the capabilities to be a very good defender and rebounder. Ball handling and passing skills have room for improvement.