Cameron Judge started the day without any offers and by the afternoon the Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian linebacker had landed two from the Pac-12.
Arizona came first and then Utah and the 6-foot-2, 200-pound prospect said he's relieved and excited to be on the board.
"I've talked to Utah before but Arizona was the new one," Judge said. "They just called my coach and he gave me the number to call them and they offered.
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"It's great getting the first ones. You know it's coming but when it actually happens it's a great feeling."
Judge, who looked good at the U.S. Army National Combine in San Antonio, said he's talked more with Utah's coaches but plans to speak with both programs more about the offers.
Both are appealing to Judge, who finished with 112 tackles in his junior season and was one of the top defensive players at Oaks Christian. It's still too early to name any frontrunners.
"I was just talking to the (Utah) coaches and from what they're saying it's a great defensive program and it sounds like a pretty good fit for me," Judge said.
"I've gotten a couple letters from (Arizona) but I wasn't expecting to get the offer right away like I did. It just happened."
The outside linebacker said he's also hearing a lot from Oregon and Vanderbilt and is also talking to Washington, Michigan and others. Judge plans to visit UCLA for its junior day this weekend.