Cal football recruiting commit: Quentin Tartabull, Bishop Alemany defensive back

Safety Quentin Tartabull of Bishop Alemany has committed to Cal!

Sonny Dykes and company continue picking up the commits, this time at safety with Quentin Tartabull! After missing out on safety recruits in 2013, this was definitely a position of need.

Son of MLB player Danny Tartabull (credit to Redonk for that tidbit), Quentin has been named as one of the emerging players on the West Coast. The 6'0", 190 lb safety was given a rating of three stars by PrepStar SoCal.

Perhaps most importantly, Tartabull was named to the All-Name team by SBN.

Marc Tausend notes that Tartabull was just offered by Dykes this weekend, so Tartabull must have loved what he saw at our camp.

Check out his junior year highlights below and please welcome Quentin to the Cal Family!


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