"Colorado offered me," said Cyburt. "I mean, a Pac-12 offer to start, for me to get my name on the map a little bit, I'm happy about that offer. Coach (Jon) Embree was who offered me."
"At Stanford, I really liked it, it was well done and well put together," said Cyburt. "They told me that they would give me a contingent offer. It was about my grades. I have a 3.2 by Stanford's requirements so they pretty much told me, if I get them up a little, I'll have an offer.
"USC and Stanford would be my top two," said Cyburt. "But I also like Notre Dame, UCLA and Oregon. I think I want to go through the whole process a little bit. I won't be committing right away."
Cyburt said all of his attention was coming as an offensive tackle, which he played last fall for the Diablos.
"My preference is tackle, but I could play defense and I could go both ways, but I prefer offense," said Cyburt.
He'll be camping at the Los Angeles Nike Camp and the USC Rising Stars Camp.
Academically, Cyburt has a 3.8 overall GPA and will be taking two AP classes next year and the SAT in the spring.