College coaches are making their way to San Leandro (Calif.) High School to get a good look at Rivals100 junior Jared Cunningham in action this fall. The 6-foot-3, 170-pound point guard has a number of programs in town to evaluate him and he is hoping to collect some offers along the way.
The No. 81 ranked player in the class of 2009 had a good crowd of coaches on hand on Tuesday when Washington State, Arizona State, UNLV and Gonzaga all came in to see him.
All four have yet to offer, he said. In fact, his only offer is from Santa Clara. Kerry Keating's program won't be the lone offer for long. Chances are, more will step up with a free education in the near future.
Cunningham has a handful of unofficial visits coming up this fall. Arizona State will host the four-star guard on October 20. He is headed up to Gonzaga and Washington State on the weekend of October 27. Cunningham added that he would like to get to UNLV for a visit this fall, too.
"I'm looking at their style of play and how the coaches work with their players. I'd like to play in that fast, up-tempo style," he said. "I'm just weighing my options and hoping to commit by the end of the year."
Cunningham was also on hand for the thrilling opening week game at Cal when the Bears hosted Tennessee in a prime time game.
"I really enjoyed it. That was my first college football game that I've been to. It was a lot of fun," he said.