Linebacker excited about offer

Arizona was the first school to offer linebacker Cameron Judge and more are certain to follow. Read on to see what he thinks of his offers, what schools he may visit, and more.

2013 Oaks Christian High School (Calif.) linebacker Cameron Judge will not be overwhelmed when he moves onto college.

"I play against many of the best players in the country every day in practice," Judge said. "I've see all kinds of great quarterbacks, running backs and wide outs. You can pretty much name it. Our team is loaded with players and many of the schools we play are also loaded.

"It's really forced me to raise my level of play and should make me more ready to play in college. I've definitely enjoyed the experience and competition."

While Judge may have a handful of new offers, he says recruiting is not his main focus right now.

"Honestly, at the moment my top priority is having a strong summer," he said. "I need to get bigger and stronger and I'm really going to concentrate on that. We have big expectations as a team for next year. Coach wants us to all improve and come into practice as better players."

Judge plans on taking his time looking at colleges, but will commit when the time is right.

"I want to take my time and look at the positives of each school, but I do want to stay on the west coast," Judge said. "Basically, I'm interested in every Pac-12 school. I'm going to decide sometime around my senior year. I'm just not sure when."

Arizona is one of the main schools that Judge is hearing from and was his first offer as well.

"They've been in contact with me," Judge said. "I can't remember for sure who is recruiting me, but the school is close to home and I'd like to go to a place where I can play early."

The school that signs Judge will get a highly motivated player who plans on making an immediate contribution

"I want to be the best possible player I can be," Judge said. "I want to work hard. I'm looking for a school that can get me there and for a program that will give me the best chance to improve."


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