Goff, late commits give Cal plenty of recruiting momentum

At the close of signing day in February, Cal’s class sat at No. 40 in the nation and No. 8 in the Pac-12. The Golden Bear coaches were happy with their haul, but they knew there was a good chance they weren’t done yet. And since that day in early February, Cal has found the afterburners when it comes to generating recruiting momentum.

From success in the NFL draft, to adding impact players to the 2016 class, to a near-perfect Academic Progress Rate (APR) score, Cal is moving in a positive direction and putting itself in position to climb up the Pac-12 recruiting rankings.

“I think we’ve had a good couple of months and created some momentum,” Cal head coach Sonny Dykes said. “We are staying in the conversation with recruits and being able to close some kids who were important to us.”