Hunt excited after Pac-12 visit

Cameron Hunt seriously considered committing to Arizona State during his trip for the junior day this weekend but the Corona (Calif.) Centennial offensive tackle decided to wait things out, visit other schools and make some comparisons.
"I thought about it but right now I only visited that one school so I didn't think it would be fair to myself if I committed and didn't give anyone else a chance," Hunt said. "I want to see what other colleges have to offer me just like I gave ASU an opportunity.
"I want to give UCLA and all the other schools like Washington State and Colorado a chance. I want to see what they have to offer me, too, before I make a decision. ASU really impressed me so hopefully the other colleges can do the same. Right now, they're in my top three."
The 6-foot-5, 270-pound prospect said he had a great time at Arizona State and was thoroughly impressed by the first-year coaching staff. What really stood out about the visit, Hunt said, was the caliber of player that Arizona State is looking for.
It could be a tremendous draw when Hunt is ready to make his decision.
"I went out there and I was completely blown away by the facilities and the coaching staff and they treated me really well," Hunt said.
"What really stood out to me is the kind of players they're really trying to get. They're not trying to get the super athletes out there.
"They're trying to get the super athletes who are the right people to have at the university and on the team, the people who have great morals and intentions to go to that college. They're not just looking for athletes. They're also looking for great citizens, too."
So far, Hunt has been offered by Arizona State, Colorado and Washington State. UCLA is showing more interest and he's expected to attend the upcoming junior day there in the coming weeks.