The California Golden Bears have added another offensive line commit, their fourth of the class. Matt Cindric made the commitment to Cal this week, as the Skyline high school prospect becomes the second out-of-state commitment for the Bears in the 2018 recruiting class after LS Slater Zeller from AZ.
The 6’4”, 255 commit is a three-star offensive lineman who ranks as the 107th-best offensive tackle in this class and the ninth-best prospect out of the state of Washington. Cindric boasts offers from Pac-12 schools such as UCLA, Utah, Arizona, WSU, and OSU as well as Princeton, Yale, and Boise. Cindric attended the same high school as Cal starting outside linebacker Cameron Saffle.
After no momentum at all with regards to offensive line recruiting, Steve Greatwood is showing off his recruiting chops. Cal landed Miles Owens and Will Craig just over a week ago and now add another solid lineman in Cindric to their ranks. The Bears suddenly boast one of the best offensive line classes in the Pac-12 and have just the right coach to help develop them.
Welcome to Cal, Matt! Go Bears!