Jaden Hunter at MVP Camp

The son of two former Georgia athletes dazzled at MVP camp on Saturday and talked about the tough decision ahead of him

Jaden Hunter walked away with top linebacker honors on Saturday, which showed why some of the countries top programs are chasing the four-star OLB.

Hunter, a 2017 prospect out of Westlake, has his top schools narrowed down to Alabama, Georgia, LSU and FSU.

While Hunter grew up in Georgia, was wearing Georgia gear to camp and has familial ties to the Bulldogs, he said it will be hard to chose, especially between Georgia and The Tide.

Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart played with Hunter's father, the late Brice Hunter. Smart is "like an uncle" to Hunter and has been close to him since he was a young kid. On top of that, Alabama was the first SEC school to offer Hunter. Indiana was his first offer.

Though Alabama has strong pull on Hunter, he said it means a lot that he could play for the same school his father once did and he really likes the Bulldogs.

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