Kamryn Bennett signs with Cal, faxes in letter of intent

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Centennial offensive lineman Kamryn Bennett sent in his letter of intent and is now officially a California Golden Bear.

The Cal offensive line could use more punch in their run game, and they will get the boost they need from players like Kamryn Bennett. Bennett sent in his letter of intent today to officially become a California Golden Bear.

The Peoria (Az.) Centennial offensive lineman stands at 6'3" and weighs in at 275 pounds, currently possessing offers from schools like Air Force, Oregon State and San Jose State. Here are his junior video highlights (you can check out his senior highlights on Hudl. Bennett is one of those players the Bears are probably looking for to improve the absent run game last season. He'll be expected to be one of those road graders that should plow the way for the rushing attack in years to come.


The rankings for Bennett have been moving up since his commitment to Cal.

  • Scout: Three stars, 66th best offensive guard
  • ESPN: Three stars, 61st best offensive guard, 20th best Arizona recruit
  • Rivals: Two stars


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