Kampmoyer could be close to Oregon offer

After taking an unofficial visit to Oregon last month, Bishop (Calif.) ATH Hunter Kampmoyer provides an update on where he stands with the Ducks.

Newly uncommitted Hunter Kampmoyer isn't worried too much about his future in football at this point. Instead, the junior and former Arizona State commit told eDuck.com that he's focused on studying for his SAT's on Saturday, as well as a few other upcoming tests, and will turn his focus back to football in the summer.

However, with the evaluation period in full swing Kampmoyer will still take a little time to show off what he can do on the gridiron for interested programs. One of them will be Oregon, which plans on sending both tight ends coach Tom Osborne and outside linebackers coach Erik Chinander down for separate evaluations, the first of which being on May 15.

"We've talked about once a week," Kampmoyer said of his contact with the coaches. "They just said they're coming here to evaluate me and make sure I'm the right guy."

If Kampmoyer were to become a Duck, he said he's been told he'd have his choice of where to play. If he had to choose, he'd apply his 6-foot-4, 240-pound frame to the outside linebacker position.

He hopes that he can obtain an offer during the first evaluation.

"When I went there and visited, Chinander said that they planned on offering me when they come down here and see me perform in person," Kampmoyer said. "Hopefully the first day that they're here they offer and we'll see what happens from there."

If offered, it would make a significant impact with the three-star prospect.

"They'd definitely be high on my list," he said.


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