GoldenBearReport has learned that 4-star Centennial offensive lineman Cameron Hunt officially decommitted from California on Thursday and will sign with Oregon on Wednesday, National Signing Day.
The country's 18th ranked o-lineman, Hunt committed to Cal back on July 7th, but re-opened his recruitment following the firing of head coach Jeff Tedford and Cal offensive line coach Jim Michalczik.
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Hunt took official visits to Michigan, Ohio State, and Oregon over the last three weeks, before trimming his final four to a final two: Cal and Oregon.
Centennial head coach Matt Logan told GoldenBearReport Friday he had no knowledge of Hunt's decommitment and would only say that Hunt would make a decision on National Signing Day, and that decision would be between Cal and Oregon.
A member of the 2013 Rivals250, the 6'4", 267-pound tackle is Rivals' 34th-ranked player in the state of California.
Hunt -- who paved the way for two 1,000-yard running backs at Centennial -- holds 19 offers, was named to the 2013 CalHiSports all-state football first team last month, and was honored as the Los Angeles Times Lineman of the Year in December.