"I got All-Conference which was pretty cool," Hurst told JCFootball.com. "I didn't have any interceptions, but I had a lot of pass-breakups and I finished third on the team in tackles.
"When I was in there they usually didn't throw my way that much which is a sign of respect, but it can be frustrating at times because I want to make plays and that's what I really look forward to."
Hurst took a visit to Kentucky in early October and enjoyed himself, but didn't make a commitment while in Lexington.
"It was a good visit and I think I could fit in there really well, but I wanted to wait and see if I had anything else come up to give myself some more options," Hurst said.
On December 8th, Hurst will head to Utah State on his second visit and he said he's hoping to hear from Arizona State soon on a visit with them as well.
"They said they are only going to take one JC corner this year so they are still evaluating all the guys," Hurst said. "They recently started talking to me so I'm going to wait on them to see what happens there."
Hurst and his Santa Rosa teammates just played in their bowl game which ended with a 21-20 victory over Reedley.