Hunt has handful of frontrunners

Cameron Hunt won the offensive line MVP at the Oakland NIKE Camp this weekend and also had some news off the field by saying he has three favorites standing out in his recruitment.
The Corona (Calif.) Centennial offensive tackle said Colorado, Boise State and Arizona State are the frontrunner for him but that he wants to remain open for a while longer to see what happens with some other programs.
"There are offers that are coming in and stuff but there are still schools that are out there looking at me like UCLA, Stanford, USC and some other schools," Hunt said.
"They're seeing how I develop, get bigger and get stronger. I'm looking at those schools and if nothing happens then I have the offers and they're all great schools."
Hunt, a 6-foot-5, 270-pound three-star prospect by, said he would like to make his decision maybe by the start of his senior season or it could wait until after he takes some official visits.
The Corona Centennial standout said he's still undecided exactly when he'll make his decision depending on whether other programs offer. After his showing at the Oakland NIKE Camp, more offers could definitely be on the way.
"Right now I think my decision is going to be in the summer and maybe make a commitment before the first game or I can wait a few games and take some official visits," Hunt said. "I could make a commitment later in the season."
In terms of official visits, Hunt said he could take trips to his top three and possibly Nebraska or Michigan.
"I want to see some schools I haven't seen yet," Hunt said.
In total, Hunt lists offers from Arizona State, Boise State, Cincinnati, Colorado, Duke, Fresno State, Oregon State and Washington State.