Even after an outstanding junior season at one of the most prestigious programs in Southern California, Cameron Judge has not picked up any offers yet but numerous schools are showing interest and it might only be a matter of time.
The 6-foot-2, 200-pound outside linebacker from Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian said Arizona State, UCLA, Oregon, Nebraska, Florida and Vanderbilt are mainly the programs involved so far but no team has offered yet.
Judge, who looked good at the U.S. Army National Combine in San Antonio, finished with 112 tackles in his junior season.
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"I'm going to try to get some unofficial visits in and see some schools," Judge said of this off-season. "I haven't really decided too much on camps yet."
The Oaks Christian standout has already visited UCLA and Oregon and enjoyed both places and said he would like to see Arizona State soon.
With the new coaching staff there, Judge wants to familiarize himself with them and see what the Sun Devils can offer him.
"They're one of the top schools on my list that I haven't seen yet," Judge said. "I have been talking to coach Trent Bray, but he's no longer there, so I'm kind of starting over with them."
Trips to UCLA and Oregon went well, especially the one with the Ducks since he got a closer look at what that program is all about.
"Oregon's facilities are really great for sure," Judge said. "I saw UCLA but it wasn't as in-depth of a visit as I got at Oregon. I want to see how that new staff does (at UCLA) this season.
"I want to see how everything turns out and I want to see if I have the same interests in those schools next year."