Desert Oasis quarterback Herman Smith (6'5 210) only spent two seasons playing football but season two left him little room for error on the football field.
Facing a loaded schedule that included the likes of Bishop Gorman, Arbor View and Centennial with a team featuring an average group of weapons, he finished the season with just solid numbers despite being possibly the most physically gifted player at his position.
After producing 1218 passing yards with 11 total touchdowns, Smith has a few options he is looking at and is expected to take a trip to Texas Southern and Colorado-Pueblo this month.
Sporting a 3.1 GPA with a 24 on the ACT, Smith has the academic side taken care of.
He is also considering the junior college option with Cisco and Blinn also showing interest.
Cimarron back eyeing San Diego State
Cimarron speedster Justin Davis (5'5 160) is still waiting to take the SAT for the first time in within the next couple of weeks but the speedy back has already set his eyes on a college looking to walk on with the San Diego Aztecs if he doesn't grab a quality offer.
With his speed in the 40-yard dash ranging from the mid 4.4s to the low 4.5s, Davis is an interesting player to watch despite his lack of prototype size. After averaging 130-yards per game as a senior with 10 score, he is a player that should see some lower division interest once he receives his test score.
According to Davis, he has his heart set on playing in California and competing at the highest level, he will remain a player to watch.