Cameron Hunt recently picked up a Michigan offer and as the Cal coaching situation sorts itself out the Corona (Calif.) Centennial offensive tackle has seen his recruitment get much busier.
"To get offered by Michigan is a great accomplishment," Hunt said. "They're a huge Big Ten school and they have a ton of football tradition. It was really exciting.
"The Cal situation is not the greatest right now. I'm still hanging in there and hopefully coach (Jim) Michalczik can stay. If he doesn't I'll look somewhere else. If he does stay I have to re-evaluate it. I need to keep my options open so I'm going to visit (Michigan), not sure when yet, but they want me to come on December 14. We might still be playing.
"It's hard to tell when I'm going to visit but I'm definitely going to make a visit before signing day."
Since Cal fired Jeff Tedford, the Corona Centennial four-star prospect has seen his recruitment pick up in many ways.
Michigan offered and the 6-foot-4, 267-pound prospect said Oregon is working on setting up an in-home visit plus he's getting more attention from two other powerhouse programs in the Big Ten and SEC.
"A lot of schools have been contacting me," Hunt said.
"Oregon came in and watched practice and said they want to have an in-home visit next week. Florida and Nebraska are two others that have been talking to me a little bit. It's going well. It's picking up a little bit."
This all comes as Corona Centennial is still making a run at the state bowl championship.
Hunt's team knocked off five-star safety Su'a Cravens and Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta on Friday night. They play powerhouse Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne this week in the Southern California championship game.
"It's a great feeling," Hunt said. "We're all excited and pumped up right now. We have another week to work and hopefully get to the state championship."