Cal football recruiting: Signing day list
02/06/2013 11:41:06 AM PST
02/06/2013 04:06:39 PM PST
CAL'S 2013 RECRUITING CLASS
The Cal Bears have received 25 letters of intent.
Here are the official recruits: Darius Allensworth, CB, Menifee, 5-11 175; Elite prospect must overcome September ACL injury Matt Anderson, PK, Danville, 6-0 175; Already enrolled, will compete for job during spring ball Jack Austin, WR, Chino Hills, 6-3 205; Big wideout flipped from Boise State to Cal Chris Borrayo, OL, Paramont, 6-5 290; Versatile enough to play OG or OT; had 137 pancake blocks in '12 Erik Bunte, OT, Laguna Niguel, 6-7 310; Has size to play OT, but is rated higher as OG prospect Aaron Cochran, OT, Atwater, 6-6 320; Bigger, younger brother of Cal soph-to-be Matt Cochran Caleb Coleman, WR, Berkeley, 6-0 178; Grandfather once coached Olympic sprint legend Jim Hines Ray Davison, DE, Encino, 6-3 215; Comes from alma mater of Cal great Russell White Jared Goff, QB. Kentfield, 6-4 190; Already enrolled in classes, Goff threw for 7,687 yards and 93 TDs as prep J.D. Hinnant, OL, Fountain Valley, 6-3 267; Has recovered well from serious auto accident in December Ray Hudson, TE, Pleasanton, 6-4 235; Played mostly wide receiver at Foothill High, but is versatile Garrett Hughes, DE, Corona, 6-3 245; Could develop into an interior player, but slotted as end Jacobi Hunter, DT, Houston, Tx, 6-0 285; Originally committed to Indiana, but new staff changed his mind Vince Johnson, OL, Sacrament, 6-5 257; Could play either OG OT. Coaches believe he will easily carry 300 pounds Kyle Kragen, DE, Danville, 6-3 245; Father Greg played in three Super Bowls, was All-Pro three times Marcus Manley, DT, Los Angeles, 6-2 279; Arrives from Santa Monica JC with three years' eligibility Takkarist McKinley, DE, Richmond, 6-3 240; Fast big man ran 10.52-second 100 meters last spring Tony Mekari, DT, Westlake, 6-3 260; Good athlete who played lacrosse in high school Khalfani Muhammad, RB, Sherman Oaks, 5-8 174; Rushed for 3,397 yards and 48 TDs in high school Johnny Ragin III, OLB, Wilsonville, Ore., 6-3 215; Cal flipped him from BYU, held off Oregon charge Sione Sina, DE, Elk Grove, 6-4 245; College of San Mateo transfer suffered ACL injury last season Edward Tandy, LB, Tustin, 6-0 220; Also was a USA Rugby Sevens High School All-American Cameron Walker, CB, Los Angeles, 5-10 180; Sonny Dykes believes he can make impact as a freshman Drake Whitehurst, WR, Portland, Ore., 6-6 215; Had 36 catches in two seasons at City College of San Francisco Chad Whitener, MLB, Mansfield, Tx, 6-1 235; Three-star prospect expected to be good fit in new 4-3 alignment
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