VISALIA, Calif. -- Though three-star Patrick Enewally named a top three of Washington, Boise State and UCLA on Friday at the Cal State Game media day, he did say that California is working hard to set up an in-home visit, once the holiday dead period is over.
"Cal's looking to come to my house," Enewally said after running down his other in-homes.
Head coach Sonny Dykes is looking to meet with Enewally in-person, something which says a lot to the Cerritos (Calif.) Gahr defensive back.
"It gives you a lot of respect, and it says a lot," Enewally said. "The thing about the Pac-12 is that a lot of schools, you have no idea what will happen, just like Oregon State this year. Who'd ever have thought? That's a great, outstanding program."
One thing is for sure: Dykes told Enewally that the defense in Berkeley will be much improved over last year's Louisiana Tech unit, which was last in the nation, and he wants Enewally to be a part of it.
"He said, ‘We love you and we think you can come in and contribute pretty early as a corner,'" Enewally said.
Three-star CB considering Cal
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