Three Cal freshmen signees were not eligible to report Friday for the start of the athletic department's summer bridge academic session, according to the school.
Defensive ends Takkarist McKinley of Kennedy High-Richmond and Garrett Hughes of Centennial-Corona and defensive tackle Marcus Manley of Santa Monica Junior College will miss the six-week program that begins Monday.
A Cal athletic department spokesman said the players' absence does not mean they can't become eligible in time to be on the roster when fall camp begins Aug. 5.
Kennedy football coach Carl Sumler said McKinley is awaiting his latest test score and expects to be able to join the team this summer.
On the men's basketball team, freshman Roger Moute a Bidias didn't arrive in Berkeley but will start the summer bridge program once he resolves a visa issue with his native Cameroon.
Incoming Cal freshman Missy Franklin won her fourth event at the U.S. national championships in Indianapolis, setting meet and U.S. Open records in the women's 100-meter backstroke at 58.67 seconds.
The five-time Olympic medalist now has qualified for the U.S. world championships team in four events -- the 100 freestyle, 200 freestyle, 100 backstroke and 200 backstroke.
Cal's Elizabeth Pelton was second in 59.27, also qualifying for the world championships next month in Barcelona, Spain.
Incoming Cal freshman Ryan Murphy took third in the men's 100 backstroke in 53.38, while former Stanford star Eugene Godsoe was fifth in 53.86. David Plummer won in 53.10.
Former Stanford star BJ Johnson was fourth in the men's 100 breaststroke in 1:00.68. Kevin Cordes won in 59.99.
San Jose's Aaron Gordon had 17 points and 11 rebounds in just 17 minutes, leading Team USA to a 113-57 rout of China in a preliminary round game at the FIBA under-19 world championships in Prague. Gordon, who'll be a freshman next season at Arizona, is the leading scorer (14.5) and rebounder (8.0) for Team USA, which is 2-0.
Staff writer Darren Sabedra and the Associated Press contributed to this report.