"I've been talking to a lot of coaches but no offers yet," said Judge. "So I'm open to anyone right now."
Oaks consistently sends a good number of players each year off to college, so Judge has had a number of schools come by, thanks to another bumper crop in the 2012 class, namely with Ishmael Adams and Jordan Payton.
Judge said with Adams and Payton going to UCLA, the Bruins are a school he's strongly interested in, but they pale compared to Oregon, where his father played.
"My dad played at Oregon so I obviously like them a lot, but I like UCLA too because they have had a couple of players from Oaks go there. And Vanderbilt, Dillon van der Wal (a former Oaks teammate) is there. Like I said, I'm open to everyone really."
Judge doesn't plan to make an early decision.
"I plan to take all five of my officials and then see what schools are interested the most and then I'll decide," said Judge.
In the meantime, he plans to work at some camps and potentially on the 7on7 circuit.
Last fall, Judge had 113 tackles, eight sacks, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery in helping the Lions to the CIF-SS Northern Division finals.