Cameron Hunt is keeping close watch of his recruiting situation.
The Corona (Calif.) Centennial four-star offensive tackle attended the USC-UCLA game on Saturday at the Rose Bowl and was thoroughly impressed by the Bruins but remains committed to Cal while considering the future there.
Coach Jeff Tedford is at risk of not returning next season for the Golden Bears and Hunt said whether Tedford stays or goes he needs to consider what's best for his future and it's a tough decision.
"I think it kind of means that if Tedford gets fired I'm going to have to rethink my options and see who the new coach will be," Hunt said. "If that doesn't happen I still have to go to the place that's best for me.
"You need to take your time when you're dealing with a delicate situation. It's a huge decision to decide the next four years where you're going. You can't rush something like that so you have to take your time."
UCLA did everything possible to impress Hunt, a 6-foot-4, 267-pound recruit who's been committed to Cal since early July.
The Bruins defeated USC, 38-28, to win the Pac-12 cross-town rivalry and ever since the Bruins offered Hunt has been intrigued.
The new coaching staff at UCLA continues to recruit Hunt hard and the Corona Centennial standout has a lot of thinking to do as his recruitment continues.
"It was a great environment down there," Hunt said. "The crowd was really into it and it looks like the fan base is coming back. It was a good time for UCLA football.
"I think they're doing a great job. They said they were going to come in and try to instill some discipline in them and I think it's really worked out. People bought into it. They are a legitimate contender in the Pac-12."