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Cal Football Practice Notebook #7: Melquise Stovall and Brandon Singleton Impressing

Which players stood out on the seventh day of fall camp?

Vic Wharton and Vic Enwere
Cal Football Twitter

Key takeaways:

  1. Stovall and Singleton are both playing extremely well thus far, and both could be in line for plenty of playing time despite being just a freshman and sophomore, respectively. These two, along with Robertson, will be the cornerstones of the receiving corps for years to come.
  2. This offensive line is big and experienced. Not only are the older guys showing they have what it takes to be a strength of the offense, younger guys like Jake Curhan are playing very impressively, making the future of the position seem very bright.
  3. This team still has a ways to go to get where they need to be. It was sloppy at times during practice, and the Bears will have to work out kinks to avoid a slow start.


Jake Curhan

  • Wants to get better everyday, making up for his injury during spring ball.
  • Everyday in film looking at ways to get better.
  • May redshirt, not up to him, will do whatever he needs to benefit the team.
  • Been working closely with Aaron Cochran and Steven Moore, both have been really helpful.

Sonny Dykes

  • Okay after a day off.
  • Expecting Westerfield back.
  • Looking at combinations for kick returns.
  • Echols has looked good last couple of days, running backs have different skillsets.

Zion Echols