The California Golden Bears continued a fun run this week with their second commitment in four days, picking up a big-time commitment from three-star OLB Moses Oladejo.
Oladejo took to Twitter to announce his decision, penning a letter of thanks to his family while committing to Cal.
“I would also like to thank my family and my friends (LBU), without y’all I would not be in this position. I would also like to thank all my coaches and trainers that have developed my game throughout the years. I fell in love with the game the moment I first stepped on the field at nine years old.”
After thanking his mother, Oladejo said “I am extremely blessed and excited to say that I will be verbally committing to the University of California, Berkeley!”
At 6’2, 225 pounds, Oladejo is as big physically as his commitment is to a recruiting class that has begun to start rolling again. He’s ranked as the 32nd-best outside linebacker in this class by 247Sports and the 44th-best player in the state of California. Hailing from Cosumnes Oaks High School in Elk Grove, Oladejo had offers from 16 other schools, including Pac-12 rivals Arizona and Colorado among others.
His commitment also vaulted Cal into the fourth-ranked recruiting class in the conference, pushing the Bears past UCLA as that seems like where they’ll fight to stay for this class.
Welcome to Berkeley, Moses!