Clayton Johnston, Tackle, Anaheim (Ca.)
At 6'6, 280, Johnston is a bit undersized at the tackle position. However, what he lacks in size he makes up in pure strength, allowing him to handle defensive players who are bigger than he is. Additionally, he's athletic for a tackle, making it exceedingly difficult for speedy edge rushers to get around him. What I like most is his motor though; he never gives up on a play and continues to block until the whistles blown.
Justice Shelton-Mosley, WR, Carmichael (Ca.)
Joe Davidson (@SacBee_JoeD) April 16, 2014
A real speed player, Justice is a legitimate deep threat. He has the speed to almost always beat one on one coverage when presented with it, and the hands and body control to make the acrobatic catch when he's actually covered well. Reminds me a little bit of Bryce Treggs. Also, an academic individual, with offers from the likes of Harvard and Northwestern. Good find.
Kori Collins, TE, Carmichael (Ca.)
No offer yet, but a legacy that may be worth keeping an eye on.
Deontay Burnett, WR, San Mateo (Ca.)- Junipero Serra
Burnett hails from powerhouse receiver factory Serra, the same school that produced USC products Marqise Lee and Robert Woods. To be frank, whenever I hear of a receiver from Serra getting college attention, I don't even feel the need to watch his highlight tape because I already know the caliber of player that comes from there. Hopefully Deontay will not follow in the footsteps of the Serra wideouts before him and will give Cal a chance. Fortunately for us, he hasn't received much hype as of yet, likely because he's a bit undersized for the likes of USC to take a chance on right away.
WR Deontay Burnett should get offers soon. Outstanding player from Gardena Serra— Adam Gorney (@adamgorney) April 13, 2014
Remember the name Deontay Burnett '15 WR Serra High— UnderTheRadar (@_UnderTheRadar_) February 9, 2014
Willie Williams, OL, Pearland (Tx.)
Nice to see the Texas pipeline being reestablished bit by bit. Not much out there on this recruit, and appears to be a bit under the radar. Well know more in the coming day.
Malik Antoine, CB, Baton Rouge (La.)
Class of 2016, but smart to offer him early. Antoine could end being one of the most coveted CBs in the land come this time next year. It always helps to be able to tell a recruit that you were there all along, and not just another school that jumped on the bandwagon when the offers started rolling in. Impressive recruit.
Cal pulls the trigger and offered Malik Antoine....smart move— Jason Higdon (@Jason_Higdon) April 21, 2014
Looking ahead even further, the following three recruits are all friends, and actually play on the same seven on seven team together. All of these guys are class of 2016 or 2017. In case you don't know, 7 vs. 7 is simply football without linemen. It's basically used to help offenses hone their passing game while allowing to defenses to also improve their pass coverage.
Marquel Dismuke, Safety, Carson (Ca.)
Carson (Calif) 2016 DB Marquel Dismuke landed an offer from #Cal today on his unofficial visit— Greg Biggins (@GregBiggins) April 19, 2014
A talented receiver, but with his 6'2 frame, I love this kid at Safety. Excellent instincts on both sides of the ball. Knows passing trees well--allowing him to jump the ball and gamble effectively. Athleticism is good enough to the point where he could play a variety of positions in college I beleieve.
Darnay Holmes, CB, Newbury Park (Ca.)
Apparently DB coach Greg Burns made a very positive impression early on for this recruit.
Keyshawn Johnson Jr. (as Avi said, "yeah, that Keyshawn), WR, Mission Viejo (Ca.)
Class of 2017.
2017 receiver Keyshawn Johnson Jr has also been offered by #Cal on his trip— Adam Gorney (@adamgorney) April 19, 2014
Keyshawn Johnson's son from powerhouse Mission Viejo. This actually looks to be a JV highlight based on the uniforms? Not entirely sure- but would mistake considering he'll graduate in 2017. Still very impressive and will likely be a legit 4 star recruit in 2 years. Nice to see Cal being super proactive and offering this early.