UCLA Commit Jhevon Hill Plans to Visit Arizona, ASU and Washington, Also Drawing More Pac-12 Interest

LOS ALAMITOS, Calif. -- Scout.com caught up with three-star safety Jhevon Hill at the second annual Orlando Scandrick & Jeron Johnson Elite 7v7 Tournament to break down his latest Pac-12 offers and the strength of his UCLA commitment...


Jhevon Hill became the first member of UCLA's current recruiting class when he announced his commitment shortly after landing the scholarship offer in early March.

Several other programs have joined the hunt since then for the three-star safety out of San Bernardino (Calif.) Cajon, but he told Scout.com over the weekend that he remains comfortable with his decision to pick the Bruins early on.

Still, the 6-foot-3, 185-pound prospect intends to check out some schools in the coming months, namely ArizonaArizona StateCaliforniaUtah and Washington State. Hill also plans to camp with Washington this summer, having already visited campus and sporting a pair of purple Huskies gloves in action this past weekend, and said Oregon could be close to offering.

Check out the video above to hear what Hill had to say about his recruitment at the second annual Orlando Scandrick & Jeron Johnson Elite 7v7 Tournament.

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