National Signing Day is
two weeks away this week, but a good chunk of the future of the California Golden Bears football program has already arrived and is ready to roll. Nine Golden Bears have already gotten to campus as early entry players and will be in the fray at spring camp.
All nine of the Cal players have signed financial aid agreements, but that isn't really binding if a recruit has second thoughts for whatever reason and they decide to look elsewhere. But you can feel pretty good that all nine of the Golden Bears that committed early are going to be at Cal in the long run.
Let's take a look at how the young freshmen are adjusting to their Berkeley surroundings.
Quarterback Max Gilliam
Finally in Berkeley— Max Gilliam (@maxgilliam11) January 18, 2016
Running back Derrick Clark
The Life pic.twitter.com/vEYBjQliHp— Derrick Clark (@eatmyfresh) January 17, 2016
Athlete Melquise Stovall
The Trio I'm going to miss my bros pic.twitter.com/yMn0kFBWnn— Melquan Stovall (@StovallMelquan) January 16, 2016
Wide receiver Jordan Duncan
Just Landed In Oakland, CA!! The wait is over ... I'm in the building!!! #Cali— The Jordan Duncan⭐ (@Duncan2Humble) January 14, 2016
Wide receiver Jordan Veasy
Berkeley, what's good?— V8 (@TheJordanVeasy) January 18, 2016
Offensive lineman Jake Curhan
@eatmyfresh EYY! Hit me when u done moving in lets chill— Jake Curhan (@curhan71) January 16, 2016
Offensive lineman Dwayne Wallace
Also on campus: Cal 2014-15 wide receiver commit Greyson Bankhead, who greyshirted last season.