The new California coaching staff picked up a huge commit on Monday, stealing the headlines from the football team, with the commitment of 2016 four-star small forward Oscar Frayer of the Oakland Soldiers, and Hayward (Calif.) Moreau Catholic.
Below are some of the highlights BearTerritory has collected over the past 18 months of the 6-foot-6, 175-pound four-star, who ranks as the No. 11 small forward in his class, and the No. 45 prospect overall. Yes, that’s right, the new Bears staff secured its first commitment from a top-50 player.
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