Cal Football Recruiting: Josh Rosen, Adarius Pickett, DJ Calhoun & More Updates


The Bears have sent out numerous offers to 2014 and 2015 recruits, including perhaps the top pro-style quarterback in the West Coast.

Cal received a commitment from Mission Hills (Ca.) Bishop Alemany High safety Quentin Tartabull. He received the second best SPARQ score at the Los Angeles NFTC.

Here are some more recruiting updates.

2015 Bellflower (Ca.) St. John Bosco pro-style quarterback Josh Rosen received a Cal offer. Rosen holds offers from Duke, Michigan, Oregon State, Tennessee, UCLA, Utah, Vanderbilt and Virginia. He's a big fan of Northern California.

More recruiting updates: Arizona Wildcats Arizona State Sun Devils

Barton Simmons of 247Sports reports:

"Cal is definitely at the top of my list but that’s sort of what the whole recruiting process is for," he said. "I took my first college visit there and the knew who I was and I saw the school. Probably my first three schools are Cal, Stanford and UCLA but that’s bound to change as I see more."

With his recent visit to Berkeley, Sonny Dykes and his new staff have set the bar for Rosen’s future recruiting visits.

"(Offensive coordinator) Tony Franklin was as advertised," Rosen said. "He’s a great guy, a cool guy. Coach Sonny Dykes, we were on the same page with his vision and where he wants the school heading in the next couple of years."

Victoria (Mn.) Chanhassen offensive tackle Frank Ragnow received a Cal offer. Arkansas, Florida State, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska, South Florida and Vanderbilt are among the many other offers.

2015 Los Angeles (Ca.) Salesian athlete Kyahva Tezino received a Cal offer, with Arizona, Miami (FL), UCLA, Utah and Washington State also extending their hands early on. Tezino performed very well at the Oakland NFTC.

Las Vegas (Nv.) Bishop Gorman safety Armand Perry camped at USC, but currently has leaders in Arizona State and Cal. Nevada, New Mexico State and UNLV are the other offers.

La Mirada (Ca.) offensive guard Michael Trani was visited by Cal offensive line coach Zach Yenser. Cal could want him at multiple positions. Trani wants to visit Boise State. Trani has offers from Arizona, Boise State, Ole Miss, Washington State and over a dozen schools.

El Cerrito (Ca.) cornerback Adarius Pickett is being targeted by Cal. Pickett performed well at the Oakland NFTC.

El Cerrito (Ca.) outside linebacker Derik "D.J." Calhoun picked up an offer from UTEP. Calhoun has interest in UCLA.
Here are highlights from Calhoun from the Cal Football Camp this weekend ($). Calhoun has offers from 10 of Pac-12 schools.

El Cerrito (Ca.) wide receiver and Cal commit Jalen Harvey was invited to The Opening. Harvey had a strong highlight on defense. Harvey played very well at the Oakland NFTC and was one of the top WR performers. Here's a scouting report from Harvey.

Whittier (Ca.) La Serna offensive lineman Enrique Huerta attended the Cal camp.

Fontana (Ca.) Summit wide receiver Erik Brown recently visited Cal. Brown will soon attend the USC rising stars camp.

Berkeley (Ca.) inside linebacker Michael Lazarus also attended the Cal camp; he received an offer from Utah State at the end of May. Lazarus has offers from Arizona State, Cal, Fresno State, San Jose State, and Washington State as well.

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