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Football: Bears get commit from 3-star wideout

By Jeff Faraudo
Friday, July 13th, 2012 at 5:23 pm in Football, Recruiting.

A.J. Richardson, a 6-foot-1, 185-pound wide receiver from Narbonne HS in Habor City, has given Cal an oral commitment.

Rated as a three-star prospect by Rivals.com, Richardson caught 63 passes for 947 yards and nine touchdowns for an 11-3 team last season, including seven catches for 143 yards and two touchdowns in a 41-7 rout of Dorsey in the L.A. City playoffs. 

Here’s link to video highlights of Richardson’s junior season, courtesy of Under the Radar Sports Media.

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  • MoreNCsarecoming

    Nice going. You guys beat out Nevada for his services.

  • Juancho

    Whats interesting is that nobody is arguing with that guy about his point. But he wants to find a place in the world through antagonism.

    I used to work for a behavioral health group and those are signs of a number of things including depression.

    If thats the case please get the help you need. There is no shame in mental health needs.

    Go bears.

  • Will

    MoreNCS_are_ignored and sanctioned! troll post blocked

    Jeez Moren, stop asking about that glory hole! It’ll be there for you next season LOL HAHAHAHAHA

    Juancho, you’re a good man for trying to help Moren, but I know people with mental problems too, and the problem won’t be solved until you’re willing to help yourself. And 9 years of posting on these websites shows that he hasn’t gotten himself help.

    Also a clear, sad sign that Daddy sucks at parenting…

  • ScottyBear

    Moren:

    For the 50th time, tell us if you have ever had pads on and played in an organized football game…..EVER?? Fess up or go away.

  • ho

    why do you guys even address him? just ignore him and pretend he’s not there

  • BlueNGold

    Ho, you may not be aware of this, but moron has been regularly and constantly trolling this blog for about nine years now, and is still at it. Good luck with the pretending.

  • BlueNGold

    Obviously, Richardson chose not to lower himself to the depths of the sleazy cheaters. Thats a sign of good character and judgment in and of itself.