Jackson Makes 22

California will sign one of the nation's top recruiting classes in 2011. The Golden Bears' class currently ranks No. 16 as of 11 p.m. PT Tuesday but that will change as a number of top prospects make their decision public on Wednesday, including Long Beach (Calif.) Poly CB Kameron Jackson, who surprisingly signed with the Bears today...

C.J. Anderson
5-9, 205, RB Laney College (Oakland, Ca)
Three-star JUCO prospect that rushed for over 1,644 yards and 18 touchdowns in 2010. He picked Cal over offers from Memphis, Nevada, New Mexico State, San Jose State, and Washington State.

Todd Barr
6-3, 265, SDE Lakewood (Calif.)
UnderArmour All-American can play inside and outside on the defensive line. Cal is recruiting him to play SDE in its 3-4 defense. The four-star prospect is ranked the No. 12 DT, according to Scout.com. He chose Cal over offers from Florida, Miami, and USC among others.

Brendon Bigelow
5-10, 180, RB Fresno (Calif.) Central
He is arguably the nation's most explosive back, but two ACL injuries on the same knee raises some questions hence the drop from a preseason four-star rating. Now the three-star prospect is ranked the No. 32 RB in the 2011 class, according to Scout.com. He picked the Bears over a slew of major offers including Notre Dame, Oregon, Tennessee, and USC among others.

Kyle Boehm
6-3, 210, QB San Jose (Calif.) Archbishop Mitty
The signal caller is built like a linebacker with a cannon for an arm. He is also blessed with good speed (high 4.6 forty) and athleticism. The four-star prospect is ranked the No. 17 QB, according to Scout.com. He chose Cal over offers from Oregon State, Texas Tech, and Washington among others.

Nathan Broussard
6-4, 230, OLB Plano (Tex.) West
He is being recruited to play the hybrid OLB/DE in the Bears 3-4 defense. The three star prospect is ranked the No. 143 DE, according to Scout.com. He chose Cal over offers from Kentucky, Stanford, and Tulsa.

Darren Ervin
5-11, 195, RB Houston (Tex.) Lamar
Talented athlete that can play numerous positions at the next level. Cal will start him at RB but will likely move to DB. The three-star prospect is ranked the No. 86 RB, according to Scout.com. He was the first commit in the 2011 class and has already enrolled at Cal.

Jason Gibson
6-2, 210, OLB Gardena (Calif.) Serra
The U.S. Army All-American is expected to make an immediate impact for the Bears. The four-star prospect is ranked the No. 10 OLB, according to Scout.com. He picked the Bears over offers from Florida, Miami, Oregon, and USC among many others.

Maurice Harris
6-2, 191, WR Greensboro (N.C.) Northern Guilford
The lone receiver in the class will join cousins and 2010 recruits Keenan Allen and Zach Maynard in Berkeley. The three-star prospect is a big, strong target that is ranked the No. 83 WR, according to Scout.com. He chose Cal over offers from Alabama, Clemson, and North Carolina.

Mustafa Jalil
6-4, 300, SDE San Diego (Calif.) Cathedral Catholic
The patriarch of the 2011 class, no one was more passionate recruiting fellow recruits than Jalil. He is being recruited to play SDE for the Bears. The four-star prospect is ranked the No. 9 DT, according to Scout.com. He chose Cal over numerous Pac-10 offers.

Jalen Jefferson
6-3, 205, OLB Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure
He was the first linebacker to commit in the 2011 class. Three-star prospect is ranked the No. 38 OLB, according to Scout.com. He picked the Bears over Washington and Boise State.

Daniel Lasco
6-2, 200, RB Woodlands (Tex.)
A big, power back with excellent speed. The four-star prospect is ranked the No. 19 RB, according to Scout.com. He chose Cal over Miami, TCU, and Texas A&M.

Stefan McClure
5-11, 175, CB Vista (Calif.)
The U.S. Army All-American is the best pure cover in the West and fills a huge need for the Cal defense. The four-star prospect is ranked the No. 4 CB, according to Scout.com. He picked the Bears over Boise State, Michigan, Oregon State, and UCLA.

Viliami Moala
6-3, 340, DT Sacramento (Calif.) Grant
The U.S. Army All-American is the star of the class. He is arguably the nation's top DT prospect. The lone five-star in the class is ranked the No. 2 DT, according to Scout.com. He had offers from all over the country picking Cal over Oregon, Oregon State, and USC in the end.

Jordan Morgan
6-0, 190, S Lakeside (Ariz.) Blue Ridge
The versatile athlete can play on both sides of the ball as well as punt. Cal is targeting him as a safety. The three-star prospect is ranked the No. 98 S, according to Scout.com. He chose Cal over offers from Colorado, Duke, and Kansas.

Jordan Rigsbee
6-5, 285, OG Chico (Calif.) Pleasant Valley
The U.S. Army All-American is arguably the top OL prospect in the Golden State. The four-star standout is ranked the No. 12 OG, according to Scout.com. He picked Cal over Boise State.

Richard Rodgers
6-4, 235, WR Shrewsbury (Mass.) St. John's
Cal legacy will follow his father's footsteps to Berkeley. He played wide receiver and linebacker, Cal pegs him at tight end. The three-star prospect is ranked the No. 65 WR, according to Scout.com. He chose Cal over offers from Boston College, Notre Dame, Oregon, and Virginia among others.

Brennan Scarlett
6-4, 250, DE Portland (Ore.) Central Catholic
The U.S. Army All-American can play both sides of the ball. Cal is recruiting him to play defensive end and some hybrid OLB. The four-star prospect is ranked No. 22 DE, according to Scout.com. He picked Cal over Notre Dame, Stanford, UCLA, and USC.

Avery Walls
5-11, 190, S McDonough (Ga.) Eagles Landing
The U.S. Army All-American safety has already enrolled at Cal. The three-star prospect is ranked the No. 27 S, according to Scout.com. He held over 30 offers and chose the Bears over Michigan and Oregon in the end.

Matt  Williams
6-7, 300, OT North Dakota State College of Science
Three-star JUCO prospect has his best years of football in front of him. He has the ability to play left tackle and has already enrolled at Cal for the spring semester. He picked the Bears over Florida State and Illinois.

Joel Willis
5-10, 180, CB Garden Grove (Calif.) Pacifica
Talented two-way athlete will likely play corner at Cal. The three-star prospect is rated the No. 67 CB, according to Scout.com. He picked Cal over Utah.

Lopa Has Decided

Faigame Lopa
6-3, 260, DE Sacramento (Calif.) Grant
He can inside or outside, Cal is targeting him as a SDE in its 3-4 defense as well as a DT if the Bears use a 4-3 set. The three-star prospect is rated the No. 56 DE, according to Scout.com. He signed with Cal this morning over UCLA.

Surprise, Surprise

Kameron Jackson
5-10, 175, CB Long Beach (Calif.) Poly
The Cal coaches were recruiting right until the very end evident by this major switch. The long-time Washington commit signed with Cal this morning making him official. He gives the Bears another solid corner. The three-star prospect is ranked the No. 41 CB, according to Scout.com

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