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Hoyds list continues to grow

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Junior season is going well for Greg Hoyd since he's doing good things on the field, his Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta team is undefeated and the 2014 prospect is starting to get even more recruiting exposure.
"I'm happy with how everything is going," Hoyd said. "We're 4-0, playing well, I'm having a good season so far and we're about to start the league. I need to get some more film and get my recruitment going even more."
The 6-foot-3, 210-pound recruit would probably be hearing from even more programs if Vista Murrieta's top player - and the best player in California according to Rivals.com - five-star safety Su'a Cravens was still uncommitted.
But Cravens is happily pledged to USC so Hoyd said not as many programs have been around to recruit Cravens, and in turn, see some of Vista Murrieta' s other top prospects.
"It's helping me by winning games and having players around me that are good," Hoyd said. "(Cravens) is set for USC so colleges really haven't been around that much for him.
"I'm just trying to get my things together, have some good film for schools, and Su'a is a really good person to have on the field to help us win games."
Hoyd has already landed early offers from Duke and New Mexico State and now even more programs are showing interest.
The 2014 recruit said UCLA, Washington State, Arizona State, Oregon State, Vanderbilt and Purdue have all reached out. Getting more junior highlight film to those coaches is Hoyd's next priority.
"That's what the coaches have been asking for, the highlights and film I have so far," Hoyd said. "They're going to go off that to see how I'm playing this season."
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