It’s the second-to-last weekend before signing day on Feb. 6, and Cal coach Sonny Dykes will have prospects on campus.
None is more critical than four-star offensive guard Cameron Hunt of Centennial-Corona, who committed last fall but is being aggressively pursued by Oregon. Hunt is on campus this weekend, and Brandon Huffman of Scout.com told me, “The big one is holding onto Hunt.”
Huffman said that Gahr-Cerritos cornerback Patrick Enewally is making an unofficial visit to Cal and he believes the Bears have a shot at stealing the three-star prospect from UCLA. Enewally is expected to announce his decision by Sunday.
Rivals.com reports that Raymond Davison, a 6-2, 218-pound weakside defensive end from Crespi-Encino, and Marcus Manley, a 6-2, 279-pound defensive tackle from Santa Monica CC, both will check out the Berkeley campus.
Davison is a three-star prospect who originally committed to Northwestern, but now is open.
Also visiting is DE commit Takkarist McKinley of Kennedy-Richmond. McKinley checked out Washington State last weekend and reportedly plans to visit UCLA a week from now, although it”s unclear whether the Bruins will have an available scholarship for him. Either way, this is big chance for Dykes to try to seal the deal with a strong local prospect.
Possibly visiting is Jamal Morrow, a 5-8, 18-pound running back from Heritage-Romoland, who is committed to Washington State. The three-star player visited WSU last weekend.
Also, De La Salle outside linebacker Victor Egu no longer is on Cal’s list of commits, but has announced he will attend Yale and play in the Ivy League.
Cal missed this week on four-star safety Tyler Foreman of Crespi-Encino. Originally a Wisconsin commit, he picked UCLA over Cal and Missouri.