Hunt waiting on Pac-12 teams

Cameron Hunt said things have picked up since his offensive line MVP performance at the Oakland NIKE Camp but the Corona (Calif.) Centennial recruit plans to wait things out through summer camps to see if he lands more offers.
In particular, Hunt is looking to see what USC, UCLA and Stanford do in the coming weeks and then he'll be closer to figuring out where his recruitment is headed.
"It has picked up but the schools I'm looking at right now already know about me," Hunt said.

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"I'm not looking at any schools far away like Texas. I'm really looking at Stanford, UCLA and USC. They already know about me so they want to see how I perform at camp and that will make their decision."
Hunt, a 6-foot-5, 270-pound prospect, said he's looking forward to working out at all three of those camps to show off his skills. Once that is finished, Hunt should have a better gauge on whether those schools will come through with an offer or if he has to move on to others.
"The thing with USC, the coach told me I'm about their fifth or sixth guy so if a few people turn down offers or commit somewhere else then I'm probably second or third on their list for guys to offer after that," Hunt said.
"I'm waiting on those three and waiting to figure it out. I'd say Cal is the leader right now and then right behind is Boise State and Arizona State."
Hunt has developed a strong relationship with Cal offensive coordinator and offensive line coach Jim Michalczik and that's one major reason why the Golden Bears are so high on his list.
"I like him," Hunt said. "He's a great guy and he came down to see me and recruit me. Their business school is great at Cal so they have really good connections there for alumni and I feel like they're on the rise in the Pac-12."
In total, Hunt lists offers from Arizona State, Boise State, Cal, Cincinnati, Colorado, Duke, Fresno State, New Mexico State, Oregon State, San Diego State and Washington State.