Cameron Hunt has narrowed it to three schools and the Corona (Calif.) Centennial offensive lineman plans to make his decision at The Opening.
"I narrowed it down to three with Washington, ASU and Cal and I'm going to make my decision up there," Hunt said. "I'm going to make my commitment there."
Hunt, a 6-foot-5, 270-pound three-star prospect, has already visited Arizona State and Cal and loves both programs.
Many recruits from Corona Centennial have played for the Sun Devils so that could be an influence in his decision. Hunt said he really likes the Cal coaching staff and the academics in Berkeley so those are considerations.
"Cal has great academics," Hunt said. "It's second to none with Stanford with the mix of football. I have a really great relationship with the Cal coaching staff.
"I feel really comfortable at ASU. We have a lot of players that have played there and will play there. It's like a second home with all those guys. It just feels really comfortable there."
The three-star prospect has not been to Washington yet but Hunt is planning to visit there this weekend. He's looking forward to the trip but feels he has a good sense of what it's going to be like in Seattle.
"It's huge to go there and visit and see the school," Hunt said.
"Even though you're going to Washington you already know what you're getting. It's going to be great facilities and coach (Steve) Sarkisian is one of the best coaches on the rise. You already know what you're getting up there."
Rivals.com rates Hunt as the No. 47 offensive tackle in the 2013 class and No. 42 in the California state rankings. He was named the offensive line MVP at the recent Oakland NIKE Camp.