Cameron Hunt has a top three of Arizona State, Boise State and Colorado and the Corona (Calif.) Centennial offensive tackle said he wants to make his decision one day prior to the start of his senior season.
The 6-foot-5, 270-pound prospect admits it could be a difficult choice but Hunt said he's going to really break down each school to see which program fits him best and stay open to other schools that could get involved throughout the off-season.
"Right now I'm just trying to familiarize myself with the coaching staffs," Hunt said. "I'm looking into the academic stuff and trying to research that and also how the coaches coach the line. I'm also looking at how many linemen they've put into the NFL.
"I'm doing my homework on all that and hopefully by the season I'll have a couple more options. I know a couple more schools are close to offering so I'm waiting on those to narrow down my list and then pick a school."
Hunt, a three-star prospect by Rivals.com, said USC came out to practice on Thursday and the coaches want him to camp this summer.
He will attend UCLA's summer camp and he's hearing more from Stanford and a few others as well.
Boise State is the latest offer, he just returned from an unofficial visit to Colorado and he's planning to head out to Arizona State sometime this summer to watch a workout. Duke and Washington State have also offered.
Hunt has set a deadline for the last two days of August to make his decision right before Corona Centennial starts its season.
"ASU, Boise State and Colorado are the top three right now," Hunt said. "But I'm open to other schools and some have been showing more interest."