Jason O. Watson
The California Golden Bears found their fourth offensive lineman of the 2013 class when Chris Borrayo made the call to be a Bear.
Continuing to follow through on his pledge to rebuild the offensive line, Sonny Dykes was able to secure yet another piece up front in landing a commitment from the 6'5", 290 pound Borrayo tonight.
Congrats to the newest Bear, Paramount OL Chris Borrayo: "With Cal's academics and all the program has going for it, they're place for me."— Jim McGill (@BearInsider_com) January 14, 2013
Chris Borrayo has committed to #Cal. Another nice pickup for the Golden Bears.— Adam Gorney (@adamgorney) January 14, 2013
Here is a quick run down of Borrayo's rankings across the 4 major recruiting services:
- Rivals: 3 star, 63rd ranked tackle, 84th in state
- 247sports: 77 (2 star), 124th ranked guard, 195th in state
- Scout: 3 star, 54th ranked guard
- ESPN: 74 (3 star), 79th ranked guard, 123rd in state
Highlights on Hudl can be found here.
Welcome to Cal, Chris!
Borrayo will be the 4th offensive lineman in the 2013 class, joining J.D. Hinnant, Erik Bunte, and Cameron Hunt [although he is reportedly on an official to Ohio State right now]. Still floating out there, of course, is the real prize - 4 star tackle Aaron Cochran, who would put a nice cap on this class if he chose to join brother Matt in Berkeley.
What do you think of Borrayo and this pickup? Are you satisfied at the way the o-line recruiting is shaking out? Sound off below.