A huge recruiting weekend for the Bears, who have at least 11 prospects on campus, including five defensive backs, according to Scout.com.
Topping the list is Frank Buncom, a 4-star safety from St. Augustine HS-San Diego, who is rated the No. 7 prospect nationwide at his position by Scout. Others in pursuit of the 6-foot-1, 195-pounder include Duke, Notre Dame, Stanford, Oklahoma and Vanderbilt.
Also visiting Berkeley is Nathan Meadows, a 6-2,180-pound 3-star safety from San Gorgonio. He also is being recruited by Notre Dame, Boise State and UCLA.
Another 3-star prospect on campus is Chris Williamson, a 6-1, 185-pound cornerback from Gainesville, Ga. Williamson, who caught 52 passes for more than 1,000 yards as a wideout in Cal offensive coordinator Tony Franklin’s system, also has suitors from BYU and Cincinnati.
Brandon Stewart, a two-star cornerback from Trinity Valley JC-Athens, Texas, and Christian Taylor a safety from Jersey Village HS-Houston, also are in the Bay Area.
Others making visits are defensive end DeVante Wilson (3 stars) from Riverside HS, wide receiver DePriest Turner (3 stars) of Murphy HS-Alabama, tight end Daniel Imatorbhebhee (3 stars) of North Gwinett HS-Suwanee, GA, and offensive tackle Nick Buchanan (no stars) of Dunwoody HS-Dunwoody, GA.
Two players who already have given Cal oral commitments also are visiting this weekend: quarterback Ross Bowers (3 stars) of Bothell HS-Bothell, Wash., and defensive tackle Luc Bequette (2 stars) of Catholic HS-Little Rock, Ark.