SoCal O-lineman Leaning Towards Favorites..

Centennial HS OL Cameron Hunt (Corona, CA) picked up an offer from Boise State last week & says it just might be the most "exciting" one of all. The talented O-lineman just got back from an unofficial visit to Colorado & has plans to visit The Blue sometime within the next couple months. He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about his interest in Boise State & his recruitment thus far.

Centennial HS OL Cameron Hunt (Corona, CA) picked up an offer from Boise State last week and says it just might be the most "exciting" one of all. The talented O-lineman just got back from an unofficial visit to Colorado and has plans to visit The Blue sometime within the next couple months.

"I got the offer on Thursday from the O-line coach and Coach Bhonapha," he said. "I was real excited to get that offer," he added.

"It was a cool experience since Boise State is pretty much in the top ten every year," he stated. "I've heard lots of good things about their program. The O-line coach is a great teacher and their whole staff is very passionate about the game."

"They just have a great program under Coach Petersen," said Hunt. "They're known for the blue turf...the smurf turf, but they've been winning a lot of games too."

He says he doesn't want to name any leaders just yet, but would like to commit before the start of his senior season.

"I'm starting to lean towards a few, but I want to keep it open for a little while longer," he said. "I want to make my decision before our first game on August 30th. That gives me a few months to visit these schools and see which one is the best fit for me."

"I'm going to visit every school that has offered," said Hunt. "I just got back from Colorado today and I'm planning to make a trip to Arizona to checkout ASU. I'll probably visit Boise State and then just drive up to Washington State."

He says that academics and the overall "fit" will be his main focus while visiting the schools that have offered.

"I'm going to look at the academics since I can't play football forever. I need to be able to get a good career," he said. "For football, I'll look at the coaching staff and see how I fit with the team. I'm going to look at the overall atmosphere of the program."

Hunt (6'5, 265) and his teammates are currently in the middle of spring practice and will be looking to win yet another CIF Championship. The program has a strong winning tradition and they came up just short in their quest for that title last season, but should be in the mix once again heading into 2012.

"We lost last year in the championship game," he said. "I'm thinking that we can get back to that level if we can pull together on defense," he added.

"I'm just working on my technique," said Hunt. "You can always work on that...get bigger and stronger. I want to be a more physical presence."

So, what does Cameron Hunt bring to the gridiron?

"Coaches say that they like my aggressiveness," he said. "I'm not like other O-lineman since I'm big and can also move. I can hit the LBs with ease since I'm pretty athletic...I'm versatile."

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Cameron Hunt.




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