Cal got its second commitment in a week from a junior college defensive tackle when Trevor Kelly, a 6-foot-3, 305-pound sophomore from College of San Mateo, chose the Golden Bears, according to Scout.com.
Kelly, from El Camino High-South San Francisco, is rated as a three-star (out of five) prospect. He also had offers from Florida, Colorado and Illinois.
A week ago, Cal got an oral commitment from David Davis, a 6-2, 295-pounder from Long Beach City College and the grandson of Pro Football Hall of Famer Willie Davis.
Signing day for JC players is Wednesday.
Monterey's Nick Cunningham placed 17th in a World Cup four-man bobsled event at Lake Placid, N.Y. Cunningham, Justin Olsen, Abraham Morlu and Dallas Robinson finished two runs at Mount Van Hoevenberg in 1 minute, 51.31 seconds.
Steve Holcomb drove USA-1 to victory, teaming with Curt Tomasevicz, Steve Langton and Chris Fogt to finish in 1:50.15. The British sled piloted by John James Jackson was second in 1:50.22. Driver Cory Butner of Yucaipa, Adam Clark, Andreas Drbal of Belmont and Chris Langton were 15th.
Holcomb is 7-for-7 this season in the 2- and 4-man events. His medal was the 11th won by U.S. sliders at Lake Placid. The rest of the world, combined, won 10.
Former Cal star Max Homa shot a 3-under 69 at PGA West's Jack Nicklaus Course and was tied for fifth at the Web.com Tour qualifying tournament in La Quinta. He was at 16-under 272, five shots behind Scott Pinckney.
Amateur Michael Kim was at 273 after a 70. The Cal junior and would have to turn pro to accept any tour status. The six-round event ends Tuesday.
Although both were shut out on closing day, Russell Baze and Jerry Hollendorfer enjoyed another championship meet at Golden Gate Fields. Baze earned his 47th riding title by winning 56 races during the 36-day meeting. Hollendorfer won his 45th training title with 26 winners.
The Albany track will begin its winter/spring meet Dec. 26.
Staff writer Jeff Faraudo contributed to this report.