New Pac-12 offer intrigues commit

Cameron Hunt has some thinking to do.
The Cal commit just picked up a new offer from UCLA and the Corona (Calif.) Centennial offensive tackle said it's something to seriously consider as his recruitment moves forward.
"Right now it's big," Hunt said. "I'm going to rethink things with my family and talk about it. As of right now I'm still committed to Cal.
"If this was three or four months ago, this conversation would be very different. I think I would have committed to UCLA but right now I have a really good relationship with the Cal coaching staff so that makes the decision a lot harder."
Hunt, a 6-foot-4, 267-pound prospect, committed to the Golden Bears over Arizona State at The Opening but at that time UCLA had not offered yet.
Once the Bruins went to fall camp, the need for more depth along the offensive line became apparent. That's when UCLA seriously reached out more and finally offered the Corona Centennial standout.
"I've been hearing that they were going to offer me for a long time and they just never did," Hunt said.
"I guess once they went to fall camp some of their guys were getting hurt so (Jim) Mora told (Adrian) Klemm they need to pick up one or two more linemen for this class and that's when they made the move to offer me."
The next step could get interesting. Hunt said he plans to take some official visits - he's not sure he'll go on all five trips - and that Cal will get one and Arizona State is under consideration.
For the time being, Hunt is going to consider all his options, talk things over with those closest to him and then figure out his decision later on. There's no doubt, though, that the new UCLA offer is intriguing to him.
"I'm going to talk it over with my family, give it a little time and then make my decision," Hunt said.