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Cal football recruiting commits visiting this weekend: Austin Aaron, Russell Ude, Malik Psalms, more

Which future Golden Bears are on campus this weekend?

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We checked up on the recruits earlier this week. Now let's take a look at the commits.


Austin Aaron, Napa (Ca.) wide receiver (Source: Scout): Aaron just received a Michigan offer and is someone to watch. Although he was our first Cal commit he does seem to like the Wolverines quite a bit. He should stick but we're going to have to watch this up until National Signing Day.

Zeandae Johnson, Fresno (Ca.) tight end (Source: Scout): Johnson has stayed all Cal the entire way, and we'll see which side of the ball he ends up at when he faxes in his letter of intent.

Ryan Gibson, Bay Saint Louis (Ms.) St. Stanislaus offensive guard (Source: Scout): Gibson is currently our only offensive lineman we know is sure to stick. Nick Buchanan is going to be one to watch as the offers pour in for him, although offensive line coach Brandon Jones will try and reel him in.

Kanawai Noa, Honolulu (Hi.) Punahou wide receiver (Source: Scout): Noa is an underrated prospect at wideout and could be poised for breakout in 2016-17. Can't wait!

Cameron Saffle, Sammamish (Wa.) Skyline defensive end (Source: Scout): Saffle is going to get the royal treatment, as the Bears need all the pass rushers they can find.

Greyson Bankhead, Corona (Ca.) Centennial wide receiver (Source: Scout): Bankhead got plenty of visiting already from the coaching staff.

Malik Psalms, Chino (Ca.) Ruben S. Ayala cornerback (Source: Scout): Psalms is our best four year defensive back prospect and he has a lot of stuff going on.

Russell Ude, Atlanta (Ga.) Westminster School defensive end: Ude will take what looks like his final official to Cal. He went to Miami last week. Lock him up.