Cal currently has two quarterback commits in Max Gilliam and Armani Rogers. It looks like Gilliam is solid and should be sticking, but the coveting of Rogers is in full force. Rogers was offered by UCLA, and now Washington has come calling.
The Huskies are expecting a visit from Rogers this month. The quarterback commit appears to be sticking with Cal and is not thinking of reopening his recruitment, but he is going to take some officials and keep his options open just in case. More from Scott Eklund of Dawgman.
"California is still my school, no doubt, but you don't know what can happen between now and February," Rogers noted. "I mean, the coaches can change, anything can happen and I don't want to burn any bridges with any coaches."
Rogers's offer from Washington is his fourth among Pac-12 schools and his fifth major one overall, joining Cal, UCLA, Utah and Colorado State.
Cal is still very serious about keeping two quarterbacks in this recruiting class. So if either of these two signal-callers decides to take another look elsewhere, don't think the Bears will just be content with one guy.