Cameron Hunt had a scary moment Saturday night when he experienced cramps throughout his lower extremities and he was taken to the hospital by ambulance but the Corona (Calif.) Centennial offensive tackle is fine.
That was a minor hiccup as Hunt and his team prepares for powerhouse Concord (Calif.) De La Salle in the state bowl championship this weekend.
"I'm fine," Hunt said. "I had some pretty severe cramps and it kind of put me in shock. I had to go to the hospital and I stayed probably for five or six hours there and got some fluids and went home.
"I had been cramping up before I fell on the field and they told me to fall so they could work it out really quickly and then by the point where they tried to work out my quad, my hamstring cramped up and then my other quad. They couldn't stretch anything because all my lower extremities cramped up so they had to call the paramedics."
Recruiting is not the main focus for the four-star offensive tackle but it's been busy with new offers from Michigan, Nebraska and Oregon after Cal fired Jeff Tedford earlier this season.
Hunt, who's been committed to the Golden Bears since July, talked with new Cal coach Sonny Dykes on Friday and Monday he is supposed to learn which assistants, if any, are retained.
Hunt has developed a strong relationship with offensive line coach Jim Michalczik and if he stays on staff the Golden Bears still have a great shot with the Corona Centennial standout. If not, there could be issues.
Either way, because of those three major offers that Hunt has landed he's looking at official visits to those schools sometime in January.
"I've been talking to Oregon, Michigan and Nebraska a lot and I think they're really good programs and schools," Hunt said. "I talked to the new Cal coach Friday and he said they're going to meet with all the assistants Monday and that they'll find out who's on staff.
"I'm going to find out who's going to be at Cal and the whole situation. I still plan to take those other visits though."