ORLANDO, FL-- Michigan still has a few more targets left in the 2013 class. One of them is offensive lineman Cameron Hunt from Corona (CA) Centennial high school. Hunt is a soft verbal to California and has been looking around ever since the bears fired head coach Jeff Tedford.
Michigan still in the mix for 2013 OL Cameron Hunt.
Hunt has narrowed his list of suitors to four programs.
“Right now I’m focused on Cal, Oregon, Michigan, Ohio State,” said Hunt.
Hunt will take his first look at Michigan for an official visit on January 11th.
“I’m going to Michigan next week for my official, the following week Oregon, the weekend of January 25th I’m going to go to Cal,” said Hunt.
The Wolverines are one of the programs recruiting Hunt the hardest and the 6-foot-5, 270-pound lineman is excited to check out Ann Arbor next week.
“Michigan has a lot of up and coming talent coming in and they have great academics,” said Hunt. “I’ve got to know a lot of guys that are committed there. Kyle Bosch and me are great friends and he’s going to host me for my official to Michigan. I’m looking forward to getting to know the coaches better and what they’re all about. It will be cool to see the Big House and facilities, too.”
Hunt knows exactly what his decision will be based off of.
“Where I feel most comfortable, ya know, a place where I can succeed both athletically and academically,” said Hunt. Academics will play a very big role in it.”
“I don’t have an exact date but I want to decide soon after my last official visit.”
Hunt is a three-star prospect according to 247Sports, with an overall grade of 89. He is the No. 39 best player in California for 2013.