Jake Smith

Wide Receiver
6′1″ / 189 lbs
Scottsdale, AZ
Notre Dame Preparatory
Class of 2019
Rating: 94

National Avg
Rating: 95.3

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Recruited by
Texas A&M
Arizona State
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Junior Yr


1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
A couple more short recruiting notes
-Heard it's a two horse race for Jeffery Carter with the Aggies and Oregon. Still unsure of a timeline as nothing is set in stone, but we've heard the kid is kicking around making a move in the next month or so.-I posted about Arizona WR Jake Smith, and it sounds like the Ags are indeed going to get a visit at some point as things stand today. He's kicking around dates for A&M and Clemson visits. Texas and USC remain high on his list.
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Tuesday recruiting quick hitters
-As you may have seen on Twitter, Tim Brewster was out in Arizona. We've heard stud WR Jake Smith actually reached out to A&M so the Aggies got out there as quick as they could. Still think Jimbo and company are playing from behind, but they've got the firepower to catch up if given time. -If you're looking for who might be next, keep an eye on Andrew Coker. He openly told people he wanted to make a May decision, and it's now May. -Hallsville OL Blake Trainor is pretty close too from what we're hearing from sources in east Texas. -Heard in San Antonio yesterday that an A&M offer for Jacob Zeno would be big for the kid and family. Demarvin Leal even said he thought the Ags would have an outstanding shot. -Continue to hear the Aggies are very interested in 2020 A&M Consolidated CB Nate Floyd. I think they'd like to see him in camp before they offer though.-Speaking of camp, it sounds like from talking to a host of players and coaches that the Aggies will want to get a lot of their underclass evals and targets on campus to participate in camps. They want to see how the kids respond to coaching and a little pressure and how they compete against other top players.
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
A couple more WR notes
I've seen some folks talking about recent WR offer Jake Smith out of Notre Dame Prep in Scottsdale, Arizona. From what I've been told tonight, it sounds this is a kid the A&M staff likes a whole lot, and it sounds like Christian Kirk is willing to help if what I've heard is true. Alabama and USC are currently at the top but look for the Ags to get Jake to campus. The 6-1, 190 pounder visited Ohio St at the end of last month. Where the A&M class goes to finish the wide receiver haul will be interesting to watch to say the least. With guys like Smith, Kenyon Jackson, and Nnamdi Adim-Madumere all receiving high marks from Jimbo Fisher and company. Don't count out St Pius' Jalen Curry either. A source told me tonight that the Aggies are still very interested, and Curry is a kid that Fisher has liked for a very long time. Couple that intel with the recent tidbits regarding Grant Gunnell's increasing reengagement, and Curry becomes another real candidate in this class. He's at Tennessee this weekend.

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