Cal nabbed two junior college commitments Sunday, led by three-star cornerback Darius White, according to Scout.com.
White, a 6-foot, 170-pounder from Itawamba J.C. (Miss.), is rated the No. 14 J.C. cornerback prospect in the nation by Scout.
Scout also reported the Bears got a commitment from Dominic Granado, a 6-foot-5, 270-pound offensive tackle from Golden West J.C. Granado, who attended Edison High-Huntington Beach, is rated as a two-star prospect by Scout.com.
She's a Tiger (2-year-old female) and Shared Belief (2-year-old male) won Eclipse Awards on Saturday night, and they both made their debuts in Northern California. She's a Tiger, trained by Pleasanton's Jeff Bonde, posted a nine-length win in a maiden race at the Alameda County Fair on June 22. Shared Belief made his first start Oct. 19 at Golden Gate Fields and won a maiden race by seven lengths for trainer Jedd Josephson. Trainer Jerry Hollendorfer purchased Shared Belief after the win. Hollendorfer and sports radio host Jim Rome both own a piece of the colt.
Staff writer Jeff Faraudo contributed to this report.